July 4, 2014 11:44 AM
By The Associated Press
EMERY P. DALESIO (Associated Press)
This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, July 4, 2014 at 01:45 a.m. EDT, shows Hurricane Arthur rolling across the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where hurricane conditions were reported early on the morning of the 4th. Arthur will continue on a northeastward trek Friday into Saturday, producing flooding rain and damaging wind gusts over much of the coastal Northeast, in addition to the Canadian Maritimes. Meanwhile, a cold front was responsible for a band of clouds and thunderstorms over the Northeast. Much of the rest of the eastern U.S. was clear as high pressure was building into the region. (AP Photo/Weather Underground) (July 4, 2014 12:28 PM)
(AP) -- Hurricane Arthur left behind power outages and a barrier island again cut off from the mainland in North Carolina as it hustled out to sea after hitting an area accustomed to storms.
The weather in North Carolina's Outer Banks was already clearing Friday morning as Arthur's outer bands scraped the Delaware and New Jersey beaches. The storm was expected to bring a lousy July Fourth...
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