Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Tropical Storm Emily Could Target East Coast In Coming Days

Stephen Stirling

The east coast could get its first brush with a tropical system over the next seven days as Tropical Storm Emily churns through the Caribbean.
Emily is forecast to move across the Dominican Republic and Haiti in the next few days and potentially target the southeast by the weekend, according to guidance from the National Hurricane Center.
What will this mean for New Jersey? It remains to be seen, but the impacts are likely to be minimal even if Emily can hold herself together and come ashore to our south.
In their morning forecast discussion, the National Hurricane Center says Emily remains . . . . .

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