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Morgan prepares for high winds

Published July 03. 2014 4:00AM
Peter Pereira, The Standard-Times/AP Photo
Crew members of the restored whaling ship Charles W. Morgan secure sails and lines Wednesday in New Bedford, Mass., in preparation for high winds expected to reach the city as Tropical Storm Arthur approaches. The storm is expected to grow into a hurricane off the North Carolina coast and track northward off shore. At rear is the dome of the New Bedford Whaling Museum.

Crew members of the restored whaling ship Charles W. Morgan secure sails and lines Wednesday in New Bedford, Mass., in preparation for high winds expected to reach the city as Tropical Storm Arthur approaches. The storm is expected to grow into a hurricane off the North Carolina coast and track northward off shore. At rear is the dome of the New Bedford Whaling Museum.

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