MYRTLE BEACH (Worthy News
)-- Hurricane Arthur strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane, with winds increasing to 100 mph, makes landfall late Thursday night on North Carolina disrupting Fourth of July holiday plans for the region.
Hurricane Arthur Makes East Coast Landfall as Thousands Flee
Packing maximum sustained winds of 100 mph and reaching Category 2 force, Hurricane Arthur made its landfall on the Eastern Seaboard late Thursday, after prompting thousands of residents and vacationers to flee the coastline in anticipation.
Outer bands of Hurricane Arthur start reaching parts of NC
Arthur strengthened to a hurricane early Thursday and threatened to give North Carolina a glancing blow on Independence Day, prompting the governor to warn vacationers along the coast not to risk their safety by trying to salvage their picnics and barbecues.
Hurricane Arthur gaining strength, targeting Carolinas
Arthur has strengthened to a hurricane in the Atlantic, where it threatens to deliver the Carolinas a glancing blow on Independence Day.
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