The East Coast is keeping a watchful eye as Colin became the record earliest third-named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season Sunday afternoon.
The Tropical Storm is expected to bring torrential rain to Florida and the Southeast on Monday and Tuesday.
The current north, northeast trek of the storm projects that it will veer off to sea sometime Wednesday off the North Carolina coast.
Approximately 3-5 inches of rain could fall in Florida and parts of Georgia and the Carolinas as Colin tracks northeast.
Its impact farther north, including possible impact on the tri-state area, remain uncertain.
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