http://fourplayfootball.com/footballforum/groups/greatest-phentermine- http://makeitraynex.com/page/2 Tropical Storm Arthur formed from a deep low pressure system off the southern coast of Florida and the Bahamas. This storm is moving generally northeast, and will be affecting coastal North Carolina late Sunday, May 17, into Monday afternoon, May 18. This Tropical Storm will be bringing heavy rain, gusty winds, high surf, beach erosion, rip currents and possible tornadoes to some coastal areas of North Carolina before it moves out into the Central Atlantic on Tuesday, May 19. Persons in coastal areas of North Carolina should be monitoring the progress of this storm carefully.
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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama