One to keep an eye on

By on August 24, 2019

U.S. National Weather Service/Newport/Morehead City

This report was issued at 7 a.m. on August 24 by the National Hurricane Center. An area of low pressure located over Southern Florida is expected to become a tropical depression or tropical storm as it moves near or offshore of the U.S. coast from east-central Florida to North Carolina through early next week. While it is too soon to determine if there will be any wind or storm surge impacts in the United States, everyone in these areas should ensure they have their hurricane plan in place.

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