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Colin becomes a remnant low

Rough surf and elevated rip current risk still impacts the Outer Banks this weekend

ATLANTA — Colin became the third named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season Saturday morning when it formed along the coast of South Carolina.

As of Sunday morning, it's now just a remnant low.

For beachgoers, this bring hazards still to the North Carolina beaches. Rough surf and a higher rip current risk will continue. A few showers are possible along the coast.

Credit: WXIA

NOAA predicts 2022 to feature above-average storm activity in the Atlantic, with 14 to 21 named storms.

RELATED: Hurricane season 2022 | Full forecast from NOAA

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