National Hurricane Center: Erika has dissipated

According to the National Hurricane Center, Erika is no longer a tropical storm.

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A rough terrain and a hostile atmosphere has caused the storm to degenerate.

NHC will stop issuing advisories this morning, and all Tropical Storm Watches and Warnings have been discontinued.

What's left will still have an impact on our local weather Sunday through early Tuesday.

Very heavy rain, maybe even some severe storms, are possible along with wind gusts as high as 30 m.p.h.

Check out the current conditions in the Caribbean using the live cameras below: 

The Viceroy Anguilla in Meads Bay, Anguilla
http://www.earthcam.com/world/anguilla/meadsbay/?cam=aletapool
http://www.earthcam.com/world/anguilla/meadsbay/?cam=meadsbay_hd

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Tom Beach Hotel in St. Barts in the French West Indies
http://www.earthcam.com/frenchwestindies/stbarts/?cam=stbarts_hd

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Pusser’s on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands
http://www.pussers.com/t-webcams.aspx

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Nanny Cay Beach Bar cam on the British Virgin Island of Tortola
http://nannycay.com/webcams/

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Port where cruise ships dock in St. Maarten
http://www.st-maarten-island-guide.com/cruising/harborview/

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St. Croix in U.S.Virgin Islands
http://www.earthcam.com/usa/virginislands/stcroix/?cam=mmstcroix_hd

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Hilton Worldwide in San Juan, Puerto Rico
http://www.earthcam.com/usa/puertorico/sanjuan/?cam=sanjuan1
http://www.earthcam.com/usa/puertorico/sanjuan/?cam=sanjuan3

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