RT @AndrewNBC12: FIRST ALERT: The water is up, and it’ll stay that way. With a prolonged period of Northerly winds, if you live on the Bay or Tidal Rivers, you’ll notice the water’s up. The wind probably won’t shift until early next week! #nnk #VirginiasRiverRealm https://t.co/BulX7dQcbX



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RT @NWSMoreheadCity: Large dangerous seas in excess of 10 feet will occur off the NC coast through late week. These seas will produce beach erosion, dangerous rip currents and ocean overwash around the times of high tide over portions of OBX Dare county during the next 72 hours. https://t.co/WupARUHcAa



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RT @AWxNYC: As a coastal low meanders off the Mid-Atlantic coast later this week, the pressure gradient between low and high pressures will cause some higher winds & gusts. ?? Gusts along the coast could reach > 40 MPH; and 50+ MPH gusts possible along the East End of L.I. and the Cape. ?? https://t.co/Lj2PMc14N4



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RT @NWSBlacksburg: What a difference a week can make in the weather at this time of the year. Last week this time temperatures were well into the 90s, even near 100 in a few spots. Yesterday, temps remained in the 50s western areas to 60s eastern areas. October-like weather has finally arrived! https://t.co/n2PbRj4A2x



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