Hurricane Maria has rolled back into the Atlantic Ocean after demolishing Puerto Rico — and now may be headed north toward the shores of North Carolina, forecasters warned Sunday. The Weather Channel said the hurricane may blow in close enough to the Outer Banks of North Carolina to cause coastal flooding Wednesday and Thursday, as...
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