Lee, Maria, both tropical storms, moving far into Atlantic

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It's about 525 miles (840 kilometers) south-southeast of Halifax Novia Scotia, Canada and moving to the east-northeast at 30 mph (50 kph).

Jersey Met forecaster Peter Munns said there was still uncertainty over the progress of both storms but added: 'Ex-hurricanes Lee and Maria are expected to move from the eastern seaboard of America and track across the Atlantic. "We do not expect Maria to regain hurricane status".

Authorities warn that high winds and significant ocean and sound over wash and flooding are likely as Maria passes well offshore. The worst of the storm would likely hit regions from eastern North Carolina to DE, closest to the center of the storm.

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Increasing wind shear (solid red lines) will weaken the maximum sustained winds of Maria over the next few days. Gusts of about 40 miles per hour can knock out power and cause property damage. The storm was predicted to erode more than half the dunes along North Carolina's 300-mile coast, while Maryland and Virginia could see two-thirds of their coasts eroded, according to the Associated Press.

Hyde County commissioners ordered the evacuation on the island still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Jose.

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for areas between Bogue Inlet and the North Carolina/Virginia border.

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Pearson said the worst conditions were expected Wednesday into Thursday morning.

Maria slammed into the small island on September 18 as a Category 5 hurricane, causing devastating damage, before continuing on to hit Puerto Rico.

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