“Spagetti Plots” converging on Carolinas.
Hurricane Florence may have been downgraded to a tropical storm, but experts are predicting that it will get its second wind over the weekend.
And that could spell trouble for the East Coast next week.
Experts are predicting that Florence could restrengthen to a potential Category 3 hurricane by Monday, and new models show the odds have increased that the storm could potentially slam into the United States between Florida and Southern New England.
“At this point, there are several possibilities for the track and intensity for Florence,” said NBC News meteorologist Sherri Pugh.
“We’re continuing to monitor the forecast to see how potentially weak or strong Florence will be and whether there is the possibility of landfall.”
In the worst case scenarios, Florence could hit the East Coast middle to late next week, Pugh said.
Some models, though, predict the storm could…
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