Remnants of Arthur moving farther away from the East Coast

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Hurricane season doesn’t begin officially until June 1st, but the first tropical storm, Arthur, of the season already provided a glancing blow to the Outer Banks of North Carolina the beginning of this week. Thankfully, late Monday night/Tuesday morning Tropical Storm Arthur lost its tropical characteristics and continues to move farther away from the East Coast on Tuesday.

A strengthening area of high pressure slowly sliding south out of Southeastern Canada into New England is reestablishing itself across the Northeast and CNY and will help protect us from the remnants of Arthur the rest of the week.

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