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For much of the East Coast, it’s going to be a wet and breezy Fourth of July, thanks to the first tropical storm of the season — plus a cold front pushing in from the Midwest. This means many fireworks displays will be postponed. As of 11 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Tropical Storm Arthur was spinning northward off the east coast of Florida, with nearly all computer models projecting a turn to the northeast and strengthening to a minimal hurricane within the next 36 hours.



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