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Coastal storm will bring wind, rain, and wintry precipitation to the East Coast and New England this week

A strengthening storm system will move from the Southeast U.S. to off the Mid-Atlantic Coast by Monday evening. This storm will bring soaking rains and strong winds to much of the Eastern Seaboard through Tuesday. Interior sections of the Northeast could receive significant snow. Also, the prolonged period of strong onshore winds will result in coastal flooding for the Mid-Atlantic & New England. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 23, 2017 at 4:50:36 pm AST

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Fair weather conditions with partly cloudy skies will prevail across the local islands. Passing showers may be possible. Across the regional waters...seas up to 6 feet and southeast winds up to 15 knots. There is a High Rip Current Risk for the Atlantic coast of Puerto Rico.
Mostly fair weather conditions are expected across the local islands. Across the regional waters...seas up to 6 feet and southerly winds up to 15 knots are expected.
Mostly fair weather conditions expected across PR and the US Virgin Islands in the morning. Some isolated showers possible across the coastal waters. Across the waters...seas up to 6 feet and southerly winds up to 20 knots are expected.
There is a high risk of rip currents along the Atlantic shoreline of Puerto Rico.


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