Hello, Bonnie. Tropical Storm Bonnie posing a threat to the Carolinas. - Tropical Update (May 28, 2016)
Well, well, well...only 3-4 days left till the official start of the 2016 Hurricane Season in the Atlantic and now, another storm has been named off-season. Say hello to Tropical Storm Bonnie.
As of the 5:00pm Eastern Advisory from the National Hurricane Center, winds of 40 mph, moving to the Northwest direction at 10 mph, still heading towards South Carolina. Looks like your plans of heading towards the Carolina coast for the Memorial Day weekend is going to have to wait now that the storm that was Tropical Depression Two has been named.
Projected Path shows that Bonnie will make landfall in the South Carolina coastline probably around either later tonight, the overnight hours, or maybe early tomorrow morning as a weak Tropical Storm before heading across the border to North Carolina as a Tropical Depression. Tropical Storm Warnings still in effect for the entire South Carolina coastline as the storm begins to creep in. So...storm number two off-season, the first since 2012 when we have Alberto and Beryl, which of course Beryl made landfall in the Florida coast...and on Memorial Day weekend. Bonnie will do the same, except for the Florida part. Happy Memorial Day courtesy of Tropical Storm Bonnie.
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