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Remnant Moisture from Cindy Bringing Heavy Rain and Possible Flooding

Post Tropical Storm Cindy is interacting with a frontal system to produce an area of heavy rain that could cause flooding. The front will move through the Middle-Atlantic states Saturday morning and offshore in the afternoon. However, the southern portions of the front will linger from the Southeast into Texas where rainy weather may persist through the day. Out west, the heat continues. Read More >


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