Hermine is done with Florida and is currently moving into South Carolina as a tropical storm, with peak sustained winds of about 50 miles per hour.
Hermine should stay at this strength as it moves over the Carolinas today and tomorrow morning. Once it moves off the coast tomorrow afternoon, Hermine should restrengthen and then stall out. By Monday, the NHC has Hermine at hurricane strength again, to the east of Delmarva. Over the next few days, Hermine will crawl north-north-east eroding the coastline. The worst erosion and surge looks to take place on the Jersey shore. Winds will also be an issue as tropical storm watches have been issued for the entire coastline of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.
I've updated the Aware, Alert, Action map to include our coastline in it. If you're living right on the coast, its a good idea to do some preparations today. You can finish up tomorrow. Sunday is when things begin to go downhill for the Jersey shore and Delmarva, then NYC and Long Island will start to feel the storm Monday.
This isn't really looking like a big storm for inland areas. Unless it moves closer to shore, the winds should stick to coast, and most of the rain will stay offshore.
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