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Hurricane Sandy’s presence may be felt on the North Carolina coast with up to five inches of rain and winds of 30 to 50 mph as it makes its way north along the U.S. coast this weekend.

Thursday the National Weather Service office in Newport, NC said the threat to eastern North Carolina will be limited if predictions hold that the storm will stay offshore.

The main flooding threat is likely to take place on the southern end of the Pamlico Sound and east facing beaches north of Cape Lookout, shifting to the sound side of the Outer Banks into Monday.