Tropical Storm Colin hits the Carolina coast

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Tropical storm warnings were issued for parts of the Carolina coast with heavy rain and localized areas of flash flooding in North and South Carolina. Tropical Storm Colin first formed about 50 miles off Myrtle Beach.

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