Hurricane Maria moving uncomfortable close to the Carolina and Mid-Atlantic coasts

The National Hurricane Center says interests on the Carolina and Mid-Atlantic coasts should monitor the storm's progress.

Sunday, September 24, 2017 7:00:00 AM -05:00

Hurricane Maria continued its north-northwestward movement longer than anticipated putting its 5-day forecasted track uncomfortably close to the mid-Atlantic coastline. The National Hurricane Center said in its 5 AM advisory that "Interests along the Carolina and Mid-Atlantic coasts should monitor the progress of Hurricane Maria." It is possible that Tropical Storm and Hurricane Watches will be raised for the portions of the Carolina and Mid-Atlantic coasts later today.

The storm is now moving north at 9 MPH. ContactRelief is monitoring the storms progress and will issue recommendations should Tropical Storm or Hurricane Warnings (not watches) be raised. We recommend all subscribers be prepared to take action if a recommendation to suspend contact is issued.

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