Tropical Storm Chris continues to spin off North Carolina coast

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Chris was forecasted to begin weakening by Thursday, and become a strong post-tropical cyclone by Thursday night or early Friday.

The storm is tracking out to sea and is not expected to make landfall anywhere in the United States.

Big waves from a hurricane are rare in July in Nova Scotia, said Pete Cove, general manager of the East Coast Surf School.

Tropical Storm Chris formed off the North Carolina coast on Sunday morning after starting as a Tropical Depression 3.

But it added: “Once Chris is north of Bermuda, as the surface ridge of high pressure starts to decline, a trailing cold front associated with TS Chris will move across during Wednesday night and Thursday.”.

Storm Chris could hit these shores and have an impact on the north of England and Scotland over the weekend, with the potential for heavy downpours and thundery showers caused by what will be an ex-hurricane by the time it hits the UK.

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However, it could still create some problems in the eastern states by causing unsafe swell and tides, according to the National Hurricane Centre. A tropical storm becomes a hurricane when its top sustained winds reach 74 miles per hour (120 kph).

It took it a few days, but Tropical Storm Chris strengthened into a hurricane Tuesday as it started to move away from the USA coast.

The swells generated by Chris could also cause could cause "life-threatening surf" conditions, according to the National Hurricane Center.

By late week, Chris will bring heavy rain and gusty winds to portions of Atlantic Canada.

"Much of the week is going to be dry and fine, it will be a bit cooler".

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