|Satellite and radar images at the time of Bonnie's landfall on Sunday morning.|
What's a bit unusual is that Tropical Depression Bonnie is still lingering in basically the same location, but a northeastward motion is expected to begin today, taking the shallow and poorly-organized cyclone over the North Carolina coastline.
It is nothing to be concerned about though, other than the sporadic heavy rain showers associated with it. I have a regional-scale two-day radar loop of Bonnie at http://andrew.rsmas.miami.edu/bmcnoldy/tropics/bonnie16/Bonnie_28-30May16_southeast.gif
|Visible satellite image from Monday morning showing a low-level swirl (Bonnie) over South Carolina.|
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