Considering its current track, my guess is that we don't get much, if any rain from it at all. This track path often ends up spinning dry air from up north down on us instead, and in doing so disrupting the normal sea-breeze storm cycle.
Hopefully this one keeps on turning east and out to sea so it won't hit anyone. It's current path would give Virginia an earthquake and hurricane in a single week. Talk about a double whammy!