03/23/2019
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WeatherMemorialDayForecasters are keeping a wary eye peeled on the tropics this weekend as a low pressure system near there Bahamas. Steven Pfaff, of the National Weather Service Office in Wilmington, said the system has the potential to develop into a tropical or sub-tropical system during the weekend.

“The primary impact expected at this time is from rainfall and the potential for some flooding. Rainfall amounts are expected to be highest along the coastal areas. In addition, rough surf and the potential for rip currents will likely increase this weekend as well,” said Pfaff.

Rain chances are forecast to increase Saturday and there are rain chances through next week. Everyone along the southeastern US coast need to beware of this system and stay tuned to local media for updates as they are issued.

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