U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
WED 22 October 2014
...Localized flash flooding possible in portions of the Northeast US... ...No organized areas of severe weather today...
An area of low pressure tracking off the Northeast coast today will bring 1-4" of rain to coastal portions of the Northeast through Thu from New York City northward into NH, and ME. The heaviest amounts of 4" are expected over NH and ME, tapering off to around 1" in NYC Metro. Localized flash flooding in urban areas with poor or leaf-clogged drainage is possible.
Elsewhere, a quiet day is expected today.
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