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Hurricane Fiona passes Bermuda on Friday, bringing heavy rain and a band of hurricane-force winds.

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Despite being far from the US coast, oceans and high rip currents stretch from Florida to New England.

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Waves can reach 10 feet on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Hurricane Fiona forecast track
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Fiona will approach Canada near Nova Scotia and Newfoundland on Saturday and Sunday and eventually make landfall.

Meanwhile, the next tropical system to watch is developing in the Caribbean.

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Rip current threat to east coast

Rip current threat to east coast
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The newly formed tropical depression is located north of South America.

It is forecast to move into warmer waters over the weekend, where it will likely become a tropical storm or hurricane.

Forecast track uncertainty

Forecast track uncertainty
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Although the forecast path is still uncertain, current data suggests the storm will reach South Florida early next week.

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