Shary Loses Tropical Status, Zipping East

MIAMI – (CBS4) – What was once Hurricane Shary is now an extra-tropical storm, sipping eastward at almost 50 m.p.h.. The National Hurricane Center says it’s posted it’s last advisory as Shary departs.

At 5p.m. Saturday the storm was located about 530 miles SSE of Cape Race, Newfoundland. Maximum sustained winds remain at 70 mph as the system moved to the northeast near 48 mph.

Extra-Tropical means the storm will lose the characteristics of a tropical cyclone, and will become just a strong storm with high winds and heavy rain.


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