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Hurrican Bill 135 mph Category 4

Hurricane Bill had sustained winds near 135 miles per hour...

Nature is unpredictable, but at this point, it seems Hurricane Bill is lining up for a best case scenario for the East Coast…especially if you are a surfer.

The current forecasted track for Bill puts it between Bermuda and the East Coast. This is an ideal scenario for great surf on the Outer Banks.

Bill became the first hurricane of the season on Monday morning, and reached category 2 strength Monday evening.

As of 11 a.m., Bill had sustained winds near 135 miles per hour. Further strengthening is expected and the system could become a major hurricane (category three or higher) over the next day.

The current forecast track keeps Bill north of the Lesser Antilles and heading in the general direction of Bermuda, or between Bermuda and the Outer Banks, over the weekend.

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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Hurricane Bill strengthened to a Category 4 storm on the Saffir-Simpson scale on Wednesday, the National Weather Service's Hurricane Center said in a public advisory on Wednesday morning. Large swells associated with Bill should begin to affect Bermuda and portions of the southeastern coast of the U.S. on Friday and Saturday. Bill remains hundreds of miles off shore in the Atlantic, with sustained winds near 135 miles per hour. The storm could gain in fury during the next 24 hours. A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hurricane hunter plane is enroute to investigate Bill. Forecasters currently expect the center of the storm to approach the eastern U.S., but stay out at sea as it swerves north.

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