Updated Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. 6:15 p.m.

‍The National Weather Service out of Morehead City/Newport reported today that a low pressure area will become stalled off the Mid-Atlantic coast this week bringing prolonged northerly winds that could bring coastal flooding and beach/dune erosion impacts from mid-week into the weekend.

Details with this system are uncertain and will ultimately depend on the strength of the low and where it decides to stall, according to a press release.

An updated two-day tropical outlook is below and the link in the graphic is here.



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