The National Weather Service now predicts hurricane conditions in Cape May County on Sunday. This morning’s update on Hurricane Irene puts the storm as a Category Two storm when it brushes by the North Carolina-Virginia border early Sunday morning. The storm is expected to move along the New Jersey coastline early Sunday morning through Sunday afternoon and reduce to a tropical storm by the time it hits New England early Monday morning. Irene remains a powerful storm. Cape May County Emergency Management officials will meet today at 1pm to discuss the storm; at 3pm, WCZT will broadcast live a press conference where emergency officials will discuss a course of action. Today is the day to make final preparations for the storm. Many weekend events at the Jersey Shore have been cancelled due to the approaching hurricane.
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