Bertha Spins Through Atlantic

Bertha Spins Through Atlantic

Hurricane Bertha will move parallel to the east coast with little to no impacts.
Hurricane Bertha, which hardly deserves the recognition, sits ragged and weakening off the east coast of northern Florida. As of Monday night, Bertha was a low end category 1 hurricane with winds of about 75 mph, with forecast weakening through Tuesday as it moves northward.

Bertha will parallel the east coast as it moves northward in the coming days. No direct impacts are expected, except some rip current risk and waves will be heightened in the Atlantic.

Bertha is forecast to weaken to a tropical storm early Tuesday morning, pass about 300-400 miles east of Cape Cod as a tropical storm Wednesday, then turn post tropical as it passes east of the Canadian maritimes later Thursday.
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