Six photos: Hurricane Arthur
Friday, July 4, 2014, 2:53 PM -
Arthur is 'guaranteed' to hit the Maritimes this weekend, bringing significant rain and wind to some communities.
The monster storm made landfall in the U.S. state of North Carolina Thursday night with winds up to 155 kilometres per hour.
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At least 20 counties have declared a state of emergency and North Carolina's governor told the thousands who have been left without power to stay inside.
High above the Earth, astronauts have been tracking the storm from aboard the International Space Station.
A little closer to Earth, significant flooding from Arthur can already been seen in parts of the U.S.
The picture was taken from north side of the inlet at Pea Island. The surge moved those concrete barriers! pic.twitter.com/0JYaYpLiV0— Mark Sudduth (@hurricanetrack) July 4, 2014
Tune into The Weather Network on TV as we continue to track this storm.
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