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UPDATE: Colin is Now a Remnant Low

3 Jul 2022, 2:00 am


Colin is no longer a tropical system as it has weakened all the way down to the remnant low. Here is the very latest forecast.

Colin Stats

Rip Current Risk

Colin is expected to produce some rough surf and strong currents. There is a moderate rip current risk across most of the region.



A cold front will drop in from the north Sunday afternoon, generating rain and storms in North and South Carolina. This front will interact with the remnants of Colin and create a chance for severe storms today and tonight.

Rain & Flooding

As a low pressure system, Colin produced flooding rain in South Carolina on Friday. Heavy rain through the end of the holiday weekend likely won’t be as widespread, but localized areas could see between 1-5″ of rain.

 Isolated flash flooding is possible across much of the Southeast through the next few days.

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