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Tropical Storm Elsa Is Headed to Charlotte With Heavy Rain, Wind, And Possibly Tornadoes

Jessica Ramos Jessica Ramos

Tropical Storm Elsa Is Headed to Charlotte With Heavy Rain, Wind, And Possibly Tornadoes

The storm is supposed to start tonight and go through all the way to Monday.

Storm Elsa has already made its way over from the East as it approached the northern Golf Coast of Florida. The state is currently bracing itself for Elsa, previously a hurricane that has weakened to a topical storm.

So what does that mean for late Wednesday through Thursday, where Elsa will quickly make its way across the Carolinas?

 

The Carolinas are being told to brace themselves, and the Carolinas coasts are on heavy watch, with life threatening rip currents and some tornados forecasted. But Elsa’s current trajectory shows that it will likely remain a tropical storm without advancing to a higher level.

Charlotteans should be prepared for heavy rain, winds up to 40mph, and possible flooding over the next couple of days as Elsa makes her way through the state.

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