Yesterday, late Wednesday was supposed to be a cheerful and merry preparation for the 4th of July when a shocking hurricane warning was issued for part of North Carolina’s coast. The hurricane that was identified as Tropical Storm Arthur is reported moved northward, threatening area across the eastern seaboard.
Tropical Storm Arthur, North Carolina, July 2014
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With the wind’s speed of approximately 70 mph, a mandatory evacuation for residents and visitors on Hatteras Island is ordered. It is also reported by The U.S. National Hurricane Center that this tropical storm Arthur was expected to strengthen, and has a big potential to become a greater hurricane by Thursday.
Report said that the center of this hurricane is loacated about 435 miles south-southwest of Cape Hatteras.
We do really hope that our mother nature will be gentle on us this time.
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