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Tropical Storm Bertha (NOAA) Tropical Storm Bertha (NOAA)

(Bloomberg) — The Atlantic’s second storm of 2020 made landfall just east of Charleston, South Carolina, with the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season still almost a week away.

Tropical Storm Bertha, with top winds of 50 miles per hour (81 kilometers per hour), was moving northwest over land at about 9 mph, threatening to bring heavy rains across the Carolinas and into Virginia, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

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