The 11am Hanna advisory from the National Hurricane Center is shown above. The track has shifted a little to the west favoring the storm's center to cross land just after midnight along the South Carolina Grand Strand. However, we may still see a landfall along the southeast North Carolina coast.
The storm is maintaining its tropical storm strength. We still cannnot rule out some slight strengthening to a minimal category 1 hurricane just before landfall.
Rain bans from hanna are already moving on land. We've already had a few tornado warnings for coastal counties. There could be more to come through the afternoon.
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