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Hurricane Maria Forecast To Bring Impacts To East Coast

Hurricane Maria will approach the Mid-Atlantic coast early this week then finally shove eastward into the open Atlantic. Maria will likely not make landfall but will come close to portions of North Carolina midweek and could bring tropical storm force winds, locally heavy rain, storm surge, and very rough surf. Maria will create hazardous surf and rip currents for much of the East Coast this week. Read More >

Tonight will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms mainly west of the I-35 corridor. Cloud to ground lightning will be the primary hazard. Overnight lows will range from the upper 60s to the lower 70s.
A cold front will slowly move southeast into the northwestern part of North Texas Tuesday afternoon. There will be a chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms west of a Paris to Centerville line with the best chances being west of the I-35. Highs will be in the 80 to lower 90s. Winds will be southeasterly at 5 to 10 mph but shift to the northeast behind the cold front.

 
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