Earl weaker, still a serious threat to East Coast
As of 2 p.m., Hurricane Earl's maximum sustained winds have decreased to 125 mph, which now makes it a Category 3 storm (down from 140 mph and Category 4 earlier today). Though continued gradual weakening is anticipated, the National Hurricane Center expects Earl to remain a powerful hurricane as it passes the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Capital Weather Gang
| September 2, 2010; 2:20 PM ET
Categories: Tropical Weather
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