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Isaias Rapidly Moving North with Tropical Storm Impacts; Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the West

Isaias speed will increase some as it heads into New England, including New York City and other larger New England cities today and tonight; and the center is forecast to be in Canada by Wednesday morning. Very heavy rain and flash flooding, damaging winds, storm surge, and isolated tornadoes can be expected. In the West, critical fire conditions continue due to hot, dry, and breezy conditions. Read More >

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