Hermine could impact Labor Day weekend in Maryland. (WJZ)
After early indications pointed to Labor Day weekend weather being nearly perfect, things are a little more uncertain thanks to Hurricane Hermine.
There's still some uncertainty on the exact path and what impacts the storm could bring to Central Maryland. The track shifted west Wednesday, although it trended back to the east Thursday.
After originally forecasted to cross Florida and head back into the Atlantic Ocean, the National Weather Service's evening advisory showed the storm staying along the Eastern Coast before moving back offshore not far from the Delaware-Maryland-Virginia shore. Of course, things will continue to evolve, so keep your eyes on the forecast, especially if you have holiday weekend plans or are traveling to the beach.
The projected path puts the biggest impact across the Eastern Shore, with gusty winds and heavy rain. It won't be a great weekend to head to Ocean City, but Carroll County and the greater Baltimore area might just see some showers on Saturday.
RPM wind gust forecast valid Saturday Afternoon. Above 40 MPH along DelMarVa Beaches and parts of the Bay. pic.twitter.com/M5IBfNPTD0
The storm also seemed to be gaining speed, predicted to reach southern Georgia by Friday morning and North Carolina's Outer Banks by Saturday morning. The forecast is also showing the storm stalling off the coast early next week. A tropical storm watch was active for Ocean City and nearby areas Thursday.
After today's rain and storms, Friday will be pleasant with sun and a high of about 80. Depending on the track of Hermine there is a chance of rain Saturday, but if it tracks to the east Carroll could have sun with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s for most of the holiday weekend.