Hurricane Chris drifting well offshore of East Coast

Hurricane Chris continue to churn away about 400 miles offshore of the Mid-Atlantic Coastline as a low-end Category 2 hurricane.

Thankfully, Chris never has and never will make a threatening run toward the east coast. Rather, the system will continue to move northeast further out to sea.
The latest forecast for Chris has it gaining speed as it moves northeastward.
Chris will likely maintain it’s Category strength through Wednesday night but will begin weakening by Thursday.
By Thursday evening Chris looks to loose enough steam to come back down to a tropical storm as it passes by Newfoundland’s east coast.
From there what’s left of Chris will continue to move into the northern Atlantic Ocean and will be near Iceland by late Saturday.
For a look at our local forecast click here.
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