Update (9/9) — Tropical Outlook (9/8 – 9/14) | Beaufort County Now | Attached is another update on an area of disturbed weather southeast of Eastern North Carolina by 300 miles, that has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical depression by the end of the week.

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Update (9/9) — Tropical Outlook (9/8 – 9/14)

    Attached is another update on an area of disturbed weather southeast of Eastern North Carolina by 300 miles, that has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical depression by the end of the week. We still do not expect big impacts on our area and we don't expect this to drastically change much whether or not this system becomes a depression.

    Through the weekend we will be quite unsettled with periods of localized heavy rain. We will also have an elevated risk of rip currents. Beyond those two threats, nothing more is expected.

    View the entire PDF HERE.

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