MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The National Hurricane Center said Karen had degenerated into a surface trough on Friday afternoon.

Karen is located 425 miles ESE of Bermuda and moving towards the ENE at 6 miles per hour with max sustained winds dropping to 35 miles per hour.

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The remnants are moving toward the northeast but should stall and then begin moving westward over the weekend.

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Meantime, Lorenzo is a dangerous, powerful Category 4 Hurricane with max sustained winds of 140 miles per hour located 1,600 miles SW of the Azores.

Lorenzo is moving NNW at 14 miles per hours and is forecast to move North and then NE this weekend.

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Lorenzo does not pose a threat to the U.S. but it could move near or across portions of the Azores by the middle of next week.

Lissette Gonzalez