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Severe Weather Continues Today Across the Eastern U.S.; Very Wet in Hawaii

Severe thunderstorms continue ahead of a cold front stretching from the Deep South to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Damaging winds will be the greatest threat from these storms, although, isolated tornadoes will be possible. Storms may also produce large hail and flash flooding. In the Pacific, a strong trough is bringing very heavy rainfall and the potential for flash flooding to Hawaii. Read More >

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Photos are courtesy of various sources, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; state Emergency Management Agencies; the U.S. Geological Survey; the Bangor Daily News; the Albany, NY, Binghamton, NY, Boston, MA, Brookhaven, NY, Buffalo, NY, Caribou, ME, and Gray, ME Weather Forecast Offices; and the Northeast River Forecast Center Staff Members. Please click on a link below to view photos from a given river basin.

 

 

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