NASA sees Tropical Storm Olaf moving back to 'birthplace'

Tropical Storm Olaf is leaving the Central Pacific Ocean and is headed 'home' -- that is, back to the Eastern Pacific Ocean where it developed 12 days ago. NASA's RapidScat satellite observed the winds in Olaf as it was headed toward the 140 degree latitude line that separates the two ocean basins.

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