Tropical Storm Bonnie Stalled Offshore South Carolina Coast
Tropical Storm Bonnie stalled offshore South Carolina coast during the evening but that is just temporary as a west northwest track should resume overnight. Top winds remain 40 mph. There appears to be a small core of heavy convection evident on both the satellite and radar loops below.
TROPICAL STORM BONNIE
CHARLESTON S.C. RADAR
Bonnie will move inland Sunday when steering currents are forecast to collapse leaving the low center eventually meandering off the South Carolina coast before it ultimately begins a northeast drift probably on Monday. No important changes are forecast though Bonnie could strengthen a little bit more before ultimately making landfall.
Bonnie Stalled Offshore South Carolina
HRRR MODEL 11AM SUNDAY
The latest HRRR model shows Tropical Storm Bonnie just onshore Sunday morning. Notice the rains in North Carolina and Southern Virginia. This could be some of the fanning tropical moisture that will head our way for late Sunday night into Monday afternoon.
Check out the the National Hurricane Center Website for the latest advisories.
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