Wednesday, September 1, 2010


As Hurricane Earl continues to head towards the mid-Atlantic section of the United States and the evacuation of North Carolina's low lying coastal areas continue, those further up the eastern seaboard wonder what the storm will do.
Potential storm damage will depend upon a number of factors that might influence the path of the storm. Only time will tell what the actual outcome of this situation will be.
Meanwhile, to make matters worse, systems Fiona and Gaston have formed out in open waters and their initial movements seem to be mirroring Earl's.

Further information can be found either here as news develops, or at:
*The National Weather Service website:
*The Weather Channel website:
*Or your favorite, reliable news service.

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