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Tropical Depression Danny To Move Inland, Missing Charlotte

6/29/2021 (Permalink)

Will Tropical Storm Danny Hit Charlotte?

Danny, a Tropical Storm off the coast of South Carolina has now weakened to a Tropical Depression. The storm developed close to the coast, giving it little time to develop. As the storm made landfall Monday evening with wind speeds as high as 40 mph, speeds quickly dropped, lowering the classification to a depression. 

Even though the storm classification has been lowered, it will still bring a few inches of rain as it travels inland at 15 mph. 

The current path of the storm brings it North West towards Atlanta, GA, before it dissipates. Even though the storm won’t make it to Charlotte, NC, expect to see scattered storms throughout the week. 

While Danny likely won’t bring much wind or rain, it is always best to prepare for future storms. Danny is only the fourth named storm of the year, out of an expected 13 to 20 for the 2021 hurricane season. Make sure to prepare your home and yourself for the dangers and damage that can come with summer storms. When prepping for storms be sure to update your emergency ready kit to include all family members and their needs. Even pets should have their own emergency plan

For more information on hurricane season in Charlotte,NC, look at the North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s Hurricane Guide. You can also find more information in our previous hurricane posts

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