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Coastal Storm Impacting the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast; Weekend Rain May Hasten Midwest Flooding

A strengthening storm moving north along the East Coast will continue heavy rain across the Mid-Atlantic into southern New England into Friday while points further north and west will see some locally heavy snow and strong, potentially damaging, winds. In the Midwest, rainfall may worsen ongoing flooding this weekend. In the West, a Pacific front will bring rain and mountain snow Friday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Mar. 21, 2019 at 11:11:35 pm AST

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Scattered showers are possible across the eastern of Puerto Rico and the USVI. Seas up to 4 feet and winds up to 15 knots are expected across the regional waters.
Expect scattered showers across portions of eastern PR & USVI. Seas will remain between 1 to 5 feet, but winds will increase to 20 knots. Hence, small craft operators should exercise caution across the local waters.
Numerous to scattered showers are expected across northwestern and San Juan metro area PR with isolated activity possible across portions of eastern and the USVI. Seas are up to 5 feet with winds up to 20 knots.


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