REMAINS OF FRED TO BYPASS FLORIDA

Moisture from former Fred aim for parts of the Carolina coast.

Moisture from former Fred aim for parts of the Carolina coast.

The long journey of the various stages of FRED across the tropical Atlantic will end under the influence of weather systems over the eastern United States. The gradual northward component of the system’s westward track has placed the low pressure center about 600 miles east of Daytona Beach as of Sunday noon.
The eastward movement of the New England high will allow the low pressure center will begin a curve northward into portions of the eastern Carolinas Tuesday and Wednesday. Wind shear is evident from the clouds on the satellite image; therefore, the chance of tropical storm strength is very low.
Warm, humid weather with only a scattering of afternoon showers should be the only interruption to outdoor activities as we enjoy another week of free of tropical activity here

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