There it is in the Atlantic, the storm that has lasted 'forever'. It's the 'Springfield Tire Fire' of storms. I've never seen anything like this, but that doesn't mean much. I could call it 'unprecedented'. :)
The sea surface temps have a big circle of cold where the storm has been sitting. Eventually, it will have used up all the heat energy and it will disperse. The storm is sitting where the Gulf Stream and the cold Arctic current meet. Storms love that.