Labor Day Outlook: Earl to Proceed Cooler Temps

By: ReliaWeather, 4:17 AM GMT on September 03, 2010

On the net: some 34.8 million people expected to travel this Labor Day holiday, Hurricane Earl looks to snarl plans along the East Coast. Earl regained status as a category 4 storm, with a central pressure of 933 millibars late this afternoon. As of 5 PM EDT Thursday, the massive hurricane was centered near latitude 32.5 North... longitude 75.2 West, placing it near the Outer Banks as early as tonight. From...

Backseat to Earl

By: ReliaWeather, 4:11 AM GMT on September 03, 2010

On the net: temperatures exceed 90-degrees across the Ohio Valley, all eyes will be on Hurricane Earl as the he nears the East Coast. As of 2 PM EDT, the center of the massive Category 4 storm was centered about 170 miles east of Grand Turk Island, or 1,040 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Already, public safety advisories have been issued for the Carolina Coast. There is a high risk for rip...

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