Major Hurricane Larry churning up the Central Atlantic
Larry is expected to maintain cat 3+ strength over the next several days
Hurricane Larry is a category 3 storm as it moves northwest over the open Atlantic Ocean. As of late Sunday, Larry is a category 3 hurricane with 120 mph sustained winds. The storms is forecast to get within 100 miles of Bermuda by Thursday. Larry will pose no direct threat to us, however rip current threats will start to increase across our beaches by midweek. The peak of hurricane season is mid-September.
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