Although Hurricane Earl never officially made landfall since the eye of the storm never came on shore, the (currently) category 2 hurricane is still off the mid-Atlantic coast and is now beginning to work its way northward.
The remainder of the northern Atlantic bordering members of the United States are on Hurricane Alert, except for the inland portions of Long Island Sound and Connecticut, which are on Tropical Storm Alert at the moment.
Obviously chances are good for at least high winds and heavy rains.
Just how bad those winds and rains will be depend upon how close Earl actually gets to the Eastern shores of the United States.
More information on this situation can be found at:
*The National Weather Service website: www.noaa.gov
*The Weather Channel website: www.weather.com
*Or your favorite, reliable news service.