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article imageHanna Headed For The Carolinas, Expected To Make Landfall Tonight Or Early Morning

By Susan Duclos     Sep 5, 2008 in Environment
Tropical Storm Hanna is expected to make landfall in the Carolinas by tonight or early morning tomorrow. Tropical Strom warnings and Hurricane watches are in effect along the coast from Georgia to New Jersey.
Hanna is projected to strengthen before landfall and has brought heavy rains to the Bahamas and parts of Florida already.
According to Weather .com the focus should not only be on the center of circulation as they warn the worst of Hanna will be felt at the center of circulation but will be felt more strongly farther away from it.
ABC News reports that people along the coast are boarding up their windows and making preparations for the eventual hit.
Busy storm season in the Atlantic  with Hana  Ike  then Josephine
Busy storm season in the Atlantic, with Hana, Ike, then Josephine
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Behind Hanna is Ike, which at this point has been downgraded from a Category 4 to a category 3, which carries winds of 125 miles per hour.
Right now Ike is not a threat to land but the people of the Bahamas are being warned to keep a close eye on the Hurricane because it could become a threat to the Bahamas by Sunday and into next week.
No indication yet if Ike with threaten the US Coastal states.
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