NWS weakens Bonnie from tropical storm to depression


The National Weather Service said Sunday morning that shearing winds and dry air have weakened what was a tropical storm off of the South Carolina coast, as the storm called Bonnie is now a tropical depression, with winds of 30 to 35 mph.

While the threats from winds have diminished, the NWS still forecasted 2 to 3 inches of rain, rough surf and strong rip currents for the region, including southeastern North Carolina beaches.

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