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Tropical Storm Colin dissipates over eastern North Carolina

Tropical Storm Colin Dissipates in Eastern North Carolina



THEY ARE GIVING A LITTLE BREAK FOR THESE STRONG STORMS FOR THE PEOPLE. THERE ARE A FEW RAIN BANDS THAT MADE IT INSIDE TODAY. I WANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAVE THERE WITH THE SYSTEM NOW MOVING NORTHEAST SEVEN MILES PER HOUR WIND IS 40 MPH. IT LOOKS LIKE IT’S ON LAND, BUT IT’S JUST THIS ORGANIZATION AND WILL ROLL ACROSS THE LAND AND INTERACT WITH IT AND PROBABLY DISAPPEAR BY LATE TOMORROW NIGHT TOGETHER. WE HAVE SOME GUSTS ANYWHERE FROM 25 WE HAVE SEEN UP TO 35 MPH AT A LOT IN BEAUFOUR EARLIER TODAY AND OVER BUXTON NAGS HEAD COROLLA. WE EXPECT TO SEE LONGER RICHES. IT’S JUST A MATTER OF ALL THIS RAIN AND THIS NORTHEASTERN QUARTER. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT IF HE CAN GO IN THAT DIRECTION, THE NORTHEAST QUARTER IS STILL GOOD OUT AND THAT’S ONE OF THE REASONS NOW. WE DON’T SEE THAT MUCH RAIN. ALSO NOTICE THAT WE HAVE CLOUDS IN THE TRINITY. SO WE ARE TALKING ABOUT A SEVERE STORM CHANCE AROUND THE CAROLINAS BY TOMORROW NOT JUST A TROPICAL STORM. COLIN COLIN IS MOVING NORTH AND EAST WILL CREATE SOME HEAVY. SOMETIMES BUT THEN WITH FAST MOTION SYSTEM. THIS IS THE MUST HAVE HAIR FOR EVERYONE BY THE 4TH OF JULY. Well this is good for us rainy and storms you can see this tropical storm warns in a larger escape The storms here are quite strongly this, and we look up to 00000. AND HILLSVILLE HAVEN’T SEEN THE WINDS PICK UP THIS MUCH YET, BUT THEY WILL GET ANY STORM OUT OF THIS OVER 500 WINDS, PASS SOUTH THROUGH DOBSON AND SO BUSY. IN CASE OF SURRY COUNTY AND ALSO SORT OF EVENT JUST ONE SYROGRAPH I WOULD SAY DOWN SOUTH AND EAST OF HILLSVILLE FROM STEWART COUNTY AND OUR NORTHERN SECTIONS SUCH AS STOCKS UP UP STOCKS UP UP STOCKS COUNTY AND ON TO PENTHOUSE COUNTY FOR CASWELL COUNTY. WE WILL KEEP OUR EYES OPEN MANY WIND REPORTS FROM THIS SYSTEM AND RAIN OVERALL SO FAR TRULY HAVE FROM THE TROPICAL SYSTEM AGAINST OUR COAST COLIN PRODUCE ANY CHANCE FROM THE OVERALL PROGRAM. INSIDE THIS IS JUST SOUTH OF WILMINGTON. SO JUST WEST OF THE OAK ISLAND AREA IN THE SOUTH AREA. THEY HAVE SEEN SOME HIGH TOTALS SO FAR THAT MAY CAUSE FLOODING AND COASTAL FLOODING AS SOME OF THESE RAIN CORDS MOVE IN LATER TONIGHT. BUT TOMORROW IS REALLY A MARGINAL RISK FOR US AND THEN BY MONDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS WE ARE DOWN TO THE SEVERE AND JUST GENERAL ISOLATED STORMS. THE GOOD NEWS IS WE EXPECT TO SEE A QUIET WEDNESDAY OF JULY HOLIDAY FOR YOU. WE HAVE THREE SYSTEMS WHICH WERE ALSO MONITORED BY BONNIE OF COURSE. WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN WHAT TRAVELS. IN CENTRAL AMERICA NOW. WE ARE ALSO WATCHING THE WIND RIVER ISLANDS IN THE BAHAMAS FOR THE NEXT SYSTEM TO DEVELOP AND OVER THE NEXT DAYS. LOTS OF ONSHORE WINDS AND RAIN WE EXPECT TO SEE THOSE FIVE TO SIX FEET WAVE HEIGHTS IN THE CURRENT DANGER CONTINUES TO PEOPLE AROUND OKLAND. AREA AND BEACH CAROLINA. WE TALKED ABOUT THE SHOWER. STRONG POSSIBILITIES FROM THE SYSTEM YOU CAN SEE ON THE VISIBLE SATELLITE IMAGE IT’S LOOKING NICE OUT THERE, BUT IT’S STILL ABOUT THE CENTER OFF THE COAST RIGHT NOW. OUR TEMPERATURES AT 81 DEGREES IN REIDSVILLE 87 DEGREES FOR 89 IN WINSTON-SALEM TODAY UP TO 91 DEGREES AND 92 IN BURLINGTON. WE DEFINITELY FEEL TROPICAL AND HAVE BEEN SO FOR MOST OF THE WEEK WITH THE HIGH HUMIDITY CONTINUING AND TOMORROW CHANCE OF RAIN INCREASES IN THE AFTERNOON WITH HIGHS UP TO 870.00. IN THE 60S AND A CHANCE OF RAIN AFTER THE NEW AND STRONG STORMS FOR ALL. BUT AGAIN, THESE ARE ISOLATED SO A STORM OR TWO COULD BRING LITTLE HEAVY RAIN AND OF COURSE SOME WINDS FROM 71 TO NEAR 86 DEGREES AND THEN HOURLY AND HEAVY RAIN FOR THE WEEK. WE WILL HAVE SOME MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO DO A SEVEN DAY LASER FORECAST. WE HAVE EIGHTY A DRIER MONDAY TOMORROW. LOOKS LIKE JUST THUNDERSTORMS AND MORE CHANCE OF RAIN

Tropical Storm Colin Dissipates in Eastern North Carolina


Tropical Storm Colin dissipated in eastern North Carolina early Sunday, just 24 hours after becoming a named storm. Gusty winds, scattered showers and rip currents are still strong along the North Carolina coast this morning, but should ease throughout the day as the remnants push across the Atlantic. Most areas will see less than an inch of additional rainfall, the National Hurricane Center said. All watches and warnings associated with the storm have ended. Tropical storm warnings were in effect for parts of South and North Carolina through Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm formed near the South Carolina coast early Saturday.

Tropical Storm Colin dissipated in eastern North Carolina early Sunday, just 24 hours after becoming a named storm.

Gusty winds, scattered showers and rip currents are still possible along the North Carolina coast this morning, but should ease throughout the day as the remnants push into the Atlantic.

Most areas will see less than an inch of additional rainfall, the National Hurricane Center he said.

All watches and warnings associated with the storm have ended. Tropical storm warnings were in effect for parts of South and North Carolina on Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said.

The storm formed off the coast of South Carolina early Saturday morning.

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