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Coastal Storm Impacting the Northeast U.S.; Severe Thunderstorms in the Plains

A coastal storm will continue to bring high winds and heavy rain which may cause flooding to coastal areas of the Northeast U.S. Tuesday and Tuesday night. Scattered severe thunderstorms associated with large hail, wind damage and isolated tornadoes are expected across parts of the southern and central Plains from late Tuesday afternoon through the evening into the overnight. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 26, 2021 at 7:30:12 am AST

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A non-tropical area of low pressure is expected to form off the east coast of the United States in a couple of days. Formation chance through 5 days is low.
Isolated showers are expected across most of the region, while isolated thunderstorms are expected across northwestern PR during the afternoon. Marine conditions will improve and seas up to 5 feet and winds will dimish at 10 knots across all the local waters. There is a moderate risk of rip currents.
Limited shower activity over the area. However, some passing showers will prevail over eastern sections of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgins Islands, as well the local waters. Tranquil marine conditions will prevail over the local waters with seas up to 5 feet ore less and winds up to 10 knots.
There is a low to moderate risk of rip currents today.