Tropical Storm Philippe is approaching extreme southern Florida as it continues to dump heavy rain on central Cuba and the Bahamas.
The National Hurricane Center said late Saturday that Selma had largely dissipated over land, but authorities in El Salvador reported mudslides, toppled trees and rivers that threatened to top their banks. A turn toward the northeast is expected, and a rapid motion toward the northeast is expected Sunday through Monday. The storm actually strengthened with 50 mph winds out ahead of the center, which is now north of Grand Bahama.
The cold front merging with what's left of Philippe are expected to arrive in northern New England in the form of a Nor'Easter, Live 5 Meteorologist Stephanie Sine said.
Philippe's maximum sustained winds were near 40 mph (64 kph) with higher gusts. No coastal watches or warnings were in effect.
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