Atlantic Storm to Brush New England, Aim at Canada


By Alex Sosnowski,

A storm will gradually become more organized over the western Atlantic Ocean for the balance of this weekend, but will remain weak and stay east of the United States. While dangerous rip currents and rough surf will be a factor along the East Coast, wind and rain will target Bermuda, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.

Effects from the storm on the U.S. will be minimal. With a weaker storm tracking farther east, the overall weather will remain dry for most areas from South Carolina to northern Maine.

A few showers showers will dampen parts of the coastal Carolinas, to perhaps as far north as the Delmarva Peninsula through early Sunday night. The same is possible over Downeast Maine Monday into Tuesday.

Gusty breezes will persist along the coast from the Outer Banks to the New Jersey through at least Monday morning. Early morning fog can…

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