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Barely reaching the news Tropical Storm Oscar lived its entire life in open sea without causing hazards to land. Oscar became the 15 named storm on Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012 about 1220 miles west by Northwest of the Cape Verde Islands with winds of about 40mph and traveling at 12 mph.
Tropical Storm Oscar started to strengthen a little in the morning of Oct 4th and turned East-northeast. tropical storm force winds reached out 205 miles from the center of the storm as it moved North by Northeast at 9mph.
Finally on Oct 15 Oscar weakened enough so that it was no longer a tropical cyclone.