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  • Forecast keeps Earl offshore

     
    This morning's forecast from the National Hurricane Center continues to keep Hurricane Earl off the mid-Atlantic coast when it arrives there on Friday. None of the forecast computer models bring the storm's center to a direct landfall.There is also some.....
  • Storm photo – Danielle, Earl, and now Fiona

     
    NASA's Image of the Day is this image, taken yesterday by the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite GOES-13 featuring 3 storms over the Atlantic. In the top of the photo is Hurricane Danielle, heading out into the north Atlantic. The largest...
  • Hurricane Watch posted for Md., Del. coast

     
    The National Hurricane Center has posted a Hurricane Watch for the Maryland and Delaware coastal counties. That means hurricane conditions - winds of 74 mph or higher - are possible there within 48 hours.Forecasters have also issued Hurricane Warnings...
  • Nice weather ahead, once Earl departs

     
    Today promises to be the 53rd day this year with highs of 90 degrees or more. And tomorrow we're still likely to tie the all-time record for Baltimore - 54 days, set in 1988.But once this pesky Hurricane Earl goes......
  • Earl weakens slightly, still dangerous

     
    Hurricane Earl, still on track to sweep the U.S. East Coast from North Carolina northward starting Thursday night, was downgraded slightly this morning to a strong Cat. 3 hurricane. Top sustained winds near the center of the storm were still blowing......
  • Hurricane Earl: What Gloucester needs to know

     
    Here's the lowdown as of 12:30 this afternoon from Gloucester County on Hurricane Earl, via Christi Lewis, the county's spokeswoman. The latest National Weather Service models show that Hurricane Earl is expected to track well east of us and should be.......
  • Hurricane Earl, back to Category 4, churning up Florida surf

     
    Hurricane Earl, with its potent near 135 mph maximum sustained winds, remains on track for the the Carolina coast, with coastal communities on the northern Atlantic seaboard keeping a close eye on the storm. The National Weather Service says Earl will...
  • Fox News’ Shepard Smith offers Hurricane Earl special tonight

     
    Hurricane Earl has shaken up the Fox New Channel lineup tonight. “Hannity” will be preempted at 9 o'clock for a Shepard Smith special. The hour ”Hurricane Earl Special” will offer updates on the storm and its projected path....
  • Gloucester's Hurricane Earl update as of 1 p.m. today

     
    While it looks like Gloucester will be spared the ravages of Hurricane Earl, residents of low-lying areas should monitor developments. Gloucester residents can anticiapte wind speeds of 15 mph to 25 mph with gusts of 40 mph between the hours......
  • Earl weakens a bit; watch extended to Canada

     
    The National Hurricane Center is reporting at 2 p.m. Thursday that Hurricane Earl's top sustained winds have slowed to near 125 mph as it continues to spin north toward a brush with North Carolina's Outer Banks.Hurricane Warnings are posted for......
  • OC wind forecast increases; Earl stays offshore

     
    Hurricane Earl continued on a northward course Thursday that should put the Cat. 4 storm off the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay by 8 a.m. Friday. Forecasters say the storm will begin to weaken, but its wind field will expand.That......