Tropical Storm Claudette Heading Out To Sea

Flooding and fatalities in the storms wake across parts of the South

Claudette will move offshore and head into the North Atlantic
Claudette will move offshore and head into the North Atlantic

HOUSTON – Tropical Storm Claudette continues to race across the Carolinas and is pushing offshore and finally out to sea over the next 12 hours.

Claudette is racing off the coast of North Carolina

The storm was responsible for flash flooding across parts of Alabama and Georgia and has a history of spawning tornado warnings in the Carolinas. Thankfully, the storm is moving nearly 25 mph off the coast of North Carolina and should push into the North Atlantic by tonight.

Claudette will move offshore and head into the North Atlantic

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