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Florida sees high rip current risk from Hurricane Fiona

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Hurricane Fiona remains a powerful Category 4 storm Thursday morning. The storm was located 485 miles southwest of Bermuda and 1250 miles south-southwest of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Fiona had maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and was moving north-northeast at 13 mph.
2 months ago

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Rough seas, high rip current risk along NC coast due to Hurricane Fiona

The hurricane has brought a high rip current risk to the North Carolina coast through Saturday.

2 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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Florida sees high rip current risk from Hurricane Fiona

Though far away from Florida, Hurricane Fiona is creating rip current risk along the coast.

2 months ago·Orlando, United States
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Hurricane Fiona to bring rough surf, swells to east coast

Swells from Hurricane Fiona will continue to spread westward toward the east coast of the United States.

2 months ago
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Tropics remain active, Fiona to cause high rip current risk along Grand Strand

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — There is a ton of activity occurring in the tropics, but that is not uncommon for mid-September. There are five areas to watch, two of which have names. Tropical Storm Gaston is in the north, central Atlantic and only poses a threat to the Azores, and the other is major […]

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