High Winds, Gusts 40-60 mph, Flooding Rains in New England

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Wind Gusts Thursday

The latest Nested NAM wind gusts continue to show high winds hitting New England and most of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Wednesday night through Thursday. Wind gusts will be 40-60 mph depending on location and that will result in power outages and tree damage. Click on the image right to see bigger image. 

 

 

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GFS rainfall

Heavy rains of 1-5 inches will move through New England and parts of the Northeast. The quick duration of the heavy rains will result in flooding, especially in areas hit by Melissa last week.

Snow may fall over the high country of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. I can see some places have over 6 inches of wet snow, but again this will be higher elevations.

Links:

Wind Gusts to 50 mph will Cause Power Outages and Tree Damage D.C. to Boston

 

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