Hurricane Earl has just passed by Puerto Rico and is making its way up the East Coast. Forecasters currently believe the storm will stay out to the sea because of a low front that will be moving into the area by Thursday or Friday. Earl has slowed off its initial projections and may not pass by New Jersey until Friday evening. The storm will continue to be monitored at this time. Hurricanes can shift path at anytime and it is still very early to make a definite projection on where the storm will move to.
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