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Hurricane Chris keeps northeast track, expected to hit parts of Canada

nola.com Wednesday, 11 July 2018 ()
Hurricane Chris keeps northeast track, expected to hit parts of CanadaChris's center will pass near southeastern Newfoundland on Thursday (July 11).
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Hurricane Chris Gaining Strength on East Coast The National Hurricane Center has named it a Category 2 storm. Maximum sustained winds have increased to near 105 mph. It will likely continue to strengthen through Wednesday morning. The system is expected to bring swells on the coasts of North Carolina...

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