Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall Friday night between Port Aransas and Port O'Connor, Texas as a category 4 hurricane.
Computer forecast models show the storm moving very close to the coasts of South and North Carolina before heading off to the northeast and out to sea.
According to the National Weather Service, a system developing off the coast of Georgia is expected to move along the North Carolina coast Monday and Tuesday.
The Hurricane Center may initiate advisories for the potential development of a tropical cyclone off the Southeast coast as early as this afternoon, DiGiorgi said in a release. All the while, heavy tropical rain will start to form and head onshore in the coastal Carolinas. Again, heavy rounds of rain will be hitting the coast at these times, with occasional winds gusting over 40 miles per hour.
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Rapid intensification is not expected, and the system is not forecast to become a hurricane, however, gusty winds, rough surf and periods of rain are likely Monday into Monday night.
It is still too early to determine specific impacts, as the system may form and track far enough off the coast to not significantly impact the Outer Banks area. Everything will be back to normal by Wednesday. That rainfall could contribute to localized flooding from a tropical moisture surge associated with this system.
There is a high risk for rip currents at our area beaches.