Hurricane Arthur Now A Category 2 Storm With 100 MPH Winds As It Closes In On The East Coast

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Vacationers hunkered down in hotels along the North Carolina coast Thursday evening as Hurricane Arthur grew into a Category 2 storm.

CNN severe weather expert Chad Myers said the storm was getting more dangerous as it developed an inner eye wall.

“That’s concerning, because the smaller the eye gets, the stronger the winds get,” he said.

Hurricane Arthur was bearing down on Morehead City, a popular vacation site for the Fourth of July.

“The dangerous part of this storm is going to travel right along the coast,” he said.

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2 thoughts on “Hurricane Arthur Now A Category 2 Storm With 100 MPH Winds As It Closes In On The East Coast”

    • Thankfully, it was moving so fast that the worst for the majority was power failure. I managed to get some cool photos during the storm.

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