Tropical Cyclone 10 is now off the coast of North Carolina and moving northeast at 17 miles per hour.
"Winds around the disturbance are estimated to be just under tropical storm force, so just a small amount of organization will bring it to tropical storm status", according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.
Onshore winds gusting to 40 miles per hour and rough swells can be expected today and into very early Tuesday along the beaches of SC and Georgia, before rolling up along the Delmarva Peninsula and spinning off the Mid-Atlantic states Tuesday afternoon.
Hazardous boating conditions, steep waves near inlet entrances, risky rip currents and surf is also expected for the coast through Tuesday morning.
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"When you're looking at a heavy rain event, and you've got a lot of saturation, then certainly it makes it easier to create flooding".
Although it is unlikely Harvey will regain hurricane strength it wouldn't come as a surprise to see some strengthening, it'll depend on the influx of dry air and shear that is now hampering its progress.
The National Hurricane Center predicts potential tropical cyclone ten, now swirling off the coast of SC, to develop into Tropical Storm Irma later today or Tuesday as it pushes northeast. On the forecast track, the system will move slowly toward the SC coast tonight and Monday. The NHC is calling for tropical formation over the next 12-24hrs as the disturbance lifts north-northeast through the Carolinas on Tuesday.
Cloud cover will hold temperatures to upper the 70s to lower 80s.
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Central Midlands: Cloudy, breezy with scattered showers today through Tuesday.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, breezy, 30% chance of showers. The heaviest rain potential will likely be Thursday and Friday.
A late day cold front could spark a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon, but a large part of the day should remain dry and rain-free.
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