DANIELLE MOVING AWAY, EARL GETTING CLOSER

The only effect from the two storms here will be rough surf and threat of rip currents.

Hurricane DANIELLE is 1300 miles east of Jacksonville today (Saturday), decreasing to a Category 2 (105 mph winds), and will be moving over the open Atlantic next week.

Tropical Storm EARL is 600 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands, moving westward at 23 mph. It should become a hurricane Sunday as it begins a shift to the west northwest just north of the Virgin Islands. EARL will become a major (Category 3) hurricane east of the Bahamas late Tuesday or early Wednesday. The powerful hurricane should pass 600 miles east of Mayport on Thursday.

The area of scattered showers in the northern Gulf from the Florida panhandle to Louisiana will decrease by late Sunday as a non-tropical low moves inland over western Louisiana.

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