Durham News: Opinion

May 29, 2016 6:30 AM

What you’re saying: Patrick Baker, Joe Moran, Mike Woodard, Nhawndie Smith, Milo Pyne and Larry Reed

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    Maria’s center had sustained winds of 75 mph Tuesday morning, when it was 210 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, and those went out about 105 miles, the National Hurricane Center said. Tropical-storm-force winds were reaching out to about 210 miles, forecasters said. The Outer Banks forecast called for sustained winds of 35-45 mph and gusts of 50-60 mph.