Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Tropical Storm Arthur moves Florida to Northward

It has discovered Tropical Storm Arthur can endanger to all across Delaware on July fourth, but forecasters said "beautiful" weather would settle over the region's beaches by Saturday. 

Tropical Storm Arthur will reach northward as it moves slowly to that direction. The storm was recorded 95 miles off the coast of Cape Canaveral at early Wednesday morning. Its maximum sustained winds had increased to about 60 mph. 

Forecasters said "beautiful" weather will settle over all beaches by Saturday that plans your weekend holiday. It is estimating 2- to 4-inch rain band through 8 p.m. Friday in the northern Delaware. On the day Saturday weather should come in range of "sunny and pleasant" in New Castle County and in Rehoboth Beach.

Svolis said. "If it's going to rain, let it rain now and get it over with." It expected that Arthur to become a hurricane near the Carolinas, on the Thursday.

A tropical storm also affected the Hurricane Center along the north and east coast of Florida.

Arthur is the first named Atlantic storm of 2014 Tuesday morning, get ready to plans your holiday this weekend in the cool and wonderful weather.

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