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Urban Flooding, Severe Storm Risk for Northeast

Cities from Richmond to Philly, NYC and Boston will be affected
Northeast Regional Weather Forecast

Severe storms are possible Friday from eastern North Carolina to central New York state and will spread across New Jersey, eastern New York state, and southeastern and central New England throughout the day. Cities affected include Richmond, Va., Washington, D.C., to the Baltimore area. They will be hit with blinding downpours during part of the morning hours. By midday, the rain will head toward Wilmington, Del., Philadelphia, Trenton, N.J., and New York City. During evening rush hour, the rain will target Boston and Providence, R.I.

The rain could cause travel delays, and flash and urban flooding are also a concern.

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songbirdgray

WHEN I LIVED IN N.J. IT HAPPENED EVERY SPRING, GLAD I LIVE IN FLORIDA NOW WHERE WE ONLY CONTEND WITH HURRICANES!!!!!

April 12 2013 at 3:08 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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