Arthur to Crash Atlantic Coast July Fourth Beach Vacations

We can only hope it turns inland at about, oh, say Chesapeake Bay headed for the White House.

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By Alex Sosnowski

In a case of very bad timing, Hurricane Arthur will bring dangerous surf and a period of wet weather to many Atlantic coast beaches during the Fourth of July. In much of the Northeast, the surf will remain rough on Saturday.

Millions of people from Daytona Beach, Florida, to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Cape Hatteras, North Carolina; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Wildwood, New Jersey; the Hamptons, New York; and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, will be impacted on their vacation during part of this week.

Even though the track of Arthur will take the center east of most beaches Thursday, Friday and Saturday, winds offshore will create large swells which will propagate onshore in the form of powerful waves as well as frequent, strong rip currents.

People are urged to obey restrictions on the beach and in the surf this weekend. Failure to do so may put not only themselves…

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