An increasingly strengthening low pressure system is getting its act together off the eastern seaboard, bringing heavy rains and winds to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast areas of our country. We are expecting the precipitation shield to continue to grow as rain will really begin wrapping into areas like New York City and Connecticut as we head more towards the evening hours, with potential for flash flooding and higher than expected rainfalls to continue, especially as we head towards midnight.
The dynamics for this storm are pretty cool to follow, and we will likely see the strongest of dynamics causing some spotty thunderstorms (although not severe). The strongest winds will be located on Long Island and points on East/North.
We will be back later with a more complete update on the forecast, as well as information on our upcoming winter weather forecast and data packs being added to our site (beta mode).
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Meteorologist Steve Krzyzanowski