Hermine’s winds continue to weaken as it moves farther inland across the Southeast.
The main concerns from Hermine Friday-Saturday will be heavy rain, tropical storm-force wind gusts and isolated tornadoes in a swath from Florida to Georgia, the Carolinas and southeast Virginia.
Various tropical storm warnings continue in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic, from extreme northeast Florida to North Carolina and the Virginia Tidewater
Hermine will likely become a non-tropical low by this weekend and will hover near or off the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast seaboard, potentially resulting in strong winds, major coastal flooding and other impacts.
A tropical storm watch is now in effect as far north as coastal parts of New Jersey, Delaware, Long Island and southern Connecticut since the low will still have significant impacts. For more details on what will happen in the Northeast, click here.