Cindy heads northeast across the Atlantic

| 21/07/2011

(CNS): The third tropical storm of the year is unlikely to cause any trouble as it heads off across the Atlantic. Cindy, which formed Wednesday afternoon, is moving at almost 28 mph towards the northeast. Although currently packing winds of more than 60mph the National hurricane said the fish storm was likely to strengthen only a little more before weakening as it passed into cooler waters.  Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 85 miles but Cindy poses no threat to land as she is located in the mid-Atlantic.

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