Although Hurricane Chris is headed towards Canada, it will still create severe weather for those on the U.S. East Coast.
The storm, however, may produce unsafe surf conditions, including a high rip along the coast of North Carolina and the mid-Atlantic states in the next few days and potentially creating life-threatening conditions, the NHC said in an advisory.
Winds are still at 70 miles per hour, making it a strong tropical storm approaching hurricane strength.
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"This system is expected to move west-northwestward across the rest of Hispaniola today and over the southeastern Bahamas this evening", forecasters said Tuesday afternoon. Looks like another storm right next to Tropical Storm Chris, but it won't ever get named and here's why. Eye formation is typically an indication of winds reaching the minimum hurricane threshold at 74 miles per hour.
Nicola Maxey, Senior Press Officer for the Met Office, explains that this sort of weather activity is typical for this time of year and that although the Storm is expected to turn into a hurricane by later today, by the time it reaches the United Kingdom it will be an ex-hurricane. "However, the disturbance is expected to turn northward over the western Atlantic on Wednesday where upper-level winds could become a little more conducive for the regeneration of a tropical cyclone later this week".
Hubbard said the storm's track amounted to good news for people in Nova Scotia, but some eastern areas of the province could still expect some rain.