Tropical Storm Colin has weakened as it moves across eastern North Carolina, just as U.S. residents are preparing for their Fourth of July celebrations.
The National Hurricane Center reports that no coastal warnings or clocks are in effect.
However, the center points out that a gale is still possible over the Outer Banks on Sunday morning.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms could affect the North Carolina coastline on Sunday, according to the Center, but in most places less than two inches of precipitation will fall.
However, the hurricane center has warned that inflation could still affect parts of the North Carolina coast and could potentially cause “life-threatening surf and currents” until Sunday night.
Tropical Storm Colin is weakening over North Carolina
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