Chances Increasing Earl Could Hit U.S.

In a brief update to an earlier post, MSNBC is reporting Hurricane Earl seems “to have turned toward the U.S. coast . . . with concern growing that New England could receive a direct hit later in the week.”  

According to NBC meteorologist Bill Karins: 

At this point, 75 percent of weather computers keep Earl off the East Coast, resulting in just a glancing blow; the other 25 percent would bring a significant hurricane near or through eastern New England.

You can follow Hurricane Earl’s progress at the National Hurricane Center’s website.


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