johngaltfla.com / by John Galt / September 29, 2016 16:25 ET
10.08.16 – 07:15 ET – UPDATE
Newest advisory is below. The storm has weakened but the tornado risk increased as WECT just reported:
Original TORNADO WARNING for NHC, Bruns. expiring now… New TORNADO WARNING issued for Bruns., Col., Pender, Bladen until 7:30. SHELTER!pic.twitter.com/NJoOB1nfTO
— WECT Weather (@WECTWeather) October 8, 2016
This will be the ongoing threat today north and northwest of the hurricane as it appears it will make a landfall somewhere between Hilton Head, SC and Charleston, SC before heading up to the North Carolina coast. Radar a few minutes confirms this.
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