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Flash Flood Threat: Projected Rainfall Totals Increase For Potent Coastal Storm Flash Flood Threat: Projected Rainfall Totals Increase For Potent Coastal Storm
Flash Flood Threat: Projected Rainfall Totals Increase For Potent Coastal Storm A dangerous coastal storm is bringing flooding downpours to much of the Northeast, with the New York City tristate area, Long Island, Hudson Valley and southern New England most at risk. In those areas, heavy rainfall is likely with the potential of scattered to numerous areas of flash flooding during the day Friday, Sept. 29, into Friday night, according to the National Weather Service. A widespread 3 inches of rain is now expected from the slow-moving storm, with locally higher amounts of 4 to 6 inches, an increase over earlier projections. Areas in the darker shades of green i…
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Rina's Headed New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Rina's Headed
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Rina's Headed A brand-new tropical storm has formed amid a flurry of activity in the Atlantic basin. As of Thursday afternoon, Sept. 28, the center of newly named Tropical Storm Rina is in the eastern Atlantic, moving toward the north-northwest at around 10 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center.  Maximum sustained winds are around 40 miles per hour with higher gusts.  On the forecast track, Rina is expected to move north-northwest west over open water. For the storm's projected path through Tuesday, Oct. 3, see the first image above. Rina is the 17th named storm of …
'Super' El Niño Could Be Forming: What It Means For Snowfall, Temperatures This Winter 'Super' El Niño Could Be Forming: What It Means For Snowfall, Temperatures This Winter
'Super' El Niño Could Be Forming: What It Means For Snowfall, Temperatures This Winter The presence of El Niño this winter will have a significant impact on the type and frequency of weather to expect, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). El Niño events, which usually form every three to four years, are triggered by warmer surface water in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, with warmer water leading to stronger El Niños. In a report released this week, NOAA said "El Niño is anticipated to continue through the Northern Hemisphere winter," with a greater than 95 percent chance through January-March 2024. There's a 30-percent chance, accordin…
New Storm System Could Dump 3-Plus Inches Of Rainfall To Much Of Region: Here's Timing New Storm System Could Dump 3-Plus Inches Of Rainfall To Much Of Region: Here's Timing
New Storm System Could Dump 3-Plus Inches Of Rainfall To Much Of Region: Here's Timing The return of an unsettled weather pattern will usher in a new slow-moving storm system that will bring rain, heavy at times, with a risk of flooding in much of the Northeast, with areas farthest south and east set to get the most rainfall. New update - Flash Flood Threat: Projected Rainfall Totals Increase For Potent Coastal Storm Areas south of the I-84 corridor will see a widespread 2 to 3 inches of rain starting late Thursday night, Sept. 28 into Saturday morning, Sept. 30, with much of the rainfall falling Friday morning, Sept. 29 into Friday evening, the National…
Pair Of Potential New Tropical Systems Brewing In Atlantic: Here's Latest Pair Of Potential New Tropical Systems Brewing In Atlantic: Here's Latest
Pair Of Potential New Tropical Systems Brewing In Atlantic: Here's Latest A pair of potential new tropical systems with the potential for development are being monitored by forecasters. The first, off the coast of Florida, is far west of Tropical Storm Philippe, which is now near the eastern Caribbean. (See the first image above.) "Even if a named storm does not form, tropical moisture from the region could continue to fuel downpours and thunderstorms in part of the Southeast in the coming days," according to AccuWeather.com. "The weather setup will also lead to coastal hazards all along the Eastern Seaboard, regardless of whether an organized system develops." …
Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Finally Coming To An End: 5-Day Forecast Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Finally Coming To An End: 5-Day Forecast
Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Finally Coming To An End: 5-Day Forecast It won't be long now.  Soon, the effects of Post-Tropical Storm Ophelia will be in the rearview mirror and we will see the return of an old friend -- the sun. There will be a bit more rain at times on Tuesday, Sep. 26, before we see the return of dry weather -- and yes, dry weather -- on Wednesday, Sept. 27, the National Weather Service says. "One final day of lingering rain and drizzle can be expected into the day on Tuesday, but there is a glimmer of hope heading into midweek," according to AccuWeather.com.  A widespread total of around 2 to 4 inches of rainfall with…
Not Over Yet: Here's How Much Longer Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Will Last Not Over Yet: Here's How Much Longer Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Will Last
Not Over Yet: Here's How Much Longer Stormy Conditions From Ophelia Will Last Post-Tropical Storm Ophelia will continue to affect much of the region with rain, heavy at times, and dangerous coastal conditions on Monday, Sept. 25, National Weather Service. "Through Monday, Ophelia will slow track back offshore off the mid-Atlantic states, prolonging the duration of wet weather and gusty winds," according to AccuWeather.com. "Although Ophelia will continue to lose wind intensity through the early week, gusty winds and drenching rain can continue to impact many communities near the coast from the mid-Atlantic into southern New England." For a radar image of the reg…
Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall
Super Soaker: Here's How Much Rainfall To Expect During Stormy First Weekend Of Fall The first weekend of fall will be a washout as Ophelia, which made landfall in North Carolina as a tropical storm just over 24 hours ago, moves north-northeast. Additional rainfall amounts Sunday, Sept. 24 will be between an inch and two inches, bringing the total amount of precipitation for the weekend to around 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts. (See the first image above from AccuWeather.com.) It will remain mostly cloudy Sunday, Sept. 24 with rain at times during the day and again at night, and possible thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service. Some of the storm…
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed
New Tropical Storm Forms In Active Atlantic: Here's Where Philippe's Headed Just as Ophelia barrels up the East Coast, a brand-new tropical storm has formed amid a flurry of activity in the Atlantic basin. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, the center of Tropical Storm Philippe was in the eastern Atlantic, moving toward the northwest at around 14 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center. Maximum sustained winds are around 40 miles per hour with higher gusts.  On the forecast track, Philippe is expected to move  west over open water through midweek and then northward.  For the storm's projected path through Thursday, S…
Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds
Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Heads North Packed With Heavy Rain, Strong Winds Tropical Storm Ophelia is heading inland and northward, bringing heavy rainfall, coastal flooding, and strong winds that extend well beyond its center. Ophelia made landfall near Emerald Isle, North Carolina, on Saturday morning, Sept. 23.  It's packed with 65-mile-per-hour winds and is moving at around 13 mph. Isolated tornadoes are possible from the system. "Ophelia will spread drenching downpours, strong gusts, pounding surf, and ocean, sound, and bay flooding northward along the Atlantic coast from North Carolina to New Jersey, southeastern New York, and southern New England…
Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible
Update: New Tropical Storm To Bring Drenching Rain, Strong Winds To Region; Tornadoes Possible A newly named tropical storm that has formed off the coast of North Carolina will bring heavy rain that could cause flooding along with strong wind gusts to much of the Northeast this weekend. New update - Tropical Storm Ophelia Makes Landfall, Moves North, Will Bring Heavy Rain, Strong Winds To Region Tropical Storm Ophelia is packed with winds of about 60 miles per hour and was about 185 miles south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, shortly after it strengthened in the middle of the afternoon Friday, Sept. 22, according to the National Hurricane Center. Isolated tornadoes are poss…
Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing
Tropical System With Drenching Downpours, Dangerous Winds Takes Aim At Region: Here's Timing A potent storm system currently identified as Potential Tropical Cyclone 16 is headed to the Northeast packed with heavy rain and strong wind gusts. Click here for a new, updated story - Tropical Storm Ophelia Forms Off Atlantic Coast: Will Bring Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds To Region The system, which will move into this region overnight Friday, Sept. 22 into Saturday, Sept. 23, and continue well into Saturday evening, "is expected to become a tropical storm and come onshore over North Carolina, then weaken as it makes its way toward our area," according to the National Weather Service. …
Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing
Storm System Will Bring Drenching Downpours, Strong Wind Gusts: Here's Timing A storm system on track for the first day of fall will be packed with heavy rain and wind gusts between 30 and 40 miles per hour in parts of the region, according to the National Weather Service. The system, which will arrive Saturday morning, Sept. 23, and continue well into the evening,  will stem from a tropical area of low pressure off the Florida peninsula. "The storm is likely to bring gusty winds and rounds of heavy rain to much of the East Coast," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tyler Roys said. Wind gusts are expected to be highest along the coast. It will be most…
Storm System Will Move Through As Fall Arrives After Stretch Of Dry Days Storm System Will Move Through As Fall Arrives After Stretch Of Dry Days
Storm System Will Move Through As Fall Arrives After Stretch Of Dry Days A days-long stretch of dry, comfortable days will be followed by the arrival of a storm system just as the start of fall arrives. The system will stem from an area of low pressure off the Florida peninsula. "Stalled fronts along the southeastern coast of the United States are one way a 'homebrew' tropical system can form," said AccuWeather Chief On-Air Meteorologist Bernie Rayno. It will be mostly sunny Wednesday, Sept. 20, Thursday, Sept. 21, and Friday, Sept. 22 with high temperatures in the low 70s each afternoon, and overnight lows in the mid-50s, according to the National Weathe…
Nigel Becomes Hurricane As 2 Other Areas In Atlantic Have Potential To Develop Nigel Becomes Hurricane As 2 Other Areas In Atlantic Have Potential To Develop
Nigel Becomes Hurricane As 2 Other Areas In Atlantic Have Potential To Develop Tropical Storm Nigel has strengthened to become a hurricane and is among three areas in the Atlantic now being monitored by forecasters.Nigel, which had been a tropical depression, moved up to tropical storm status on Sunday morning, Sept. 17. On Monday night, Sept. 18, it became a Category 1 hurricane with sustained wind speeds of 85 miles per hour, an increase of 35 mph in less than 24 hours. Nigel is now located about 850 miles east-southeast of Bermuda. It's expected to quickly become a hurricane of Category 2 status or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale as soo…
Stormy Start To Workweek Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast Stormy Start To Workweek Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast
Stormy Start To Workweek Will Be Followed By Big Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast A stormy start to the workweek will be followed by a big change in the weather pattern. Precipitation which began overnight will continue during the day, with heavy rainfall at times, on Monday, Sept. 18. Afternoon thunderstorms are possible. The high temperature will be around 70 degrees. About an inch of rainfall is expected before the system winds down early Monday evening. It will be mostly cloudy overnight with the low temperature in the mid-50s. Skies will gradually become clear, leading to a sunny day on Tuesday, Sept. 19 with a high temperature in the low-70s. Look for more of th…
Newly Named Tropical Storm Nigel Forms In Busy Atlantic Newly Named Tropical Storm Nigel Forms In Busy Atlantic
Newly Named Tropical Storm Nigel Forms In Busy Atlantic A new system expected to be the next major hurricane of the 2023 Atlantic season now has a name.Tropical Depression 15 strengthened to tropical storm status on Sunday morning, Sept. 17. Meet Nigel. It's moving north-northwest at 14 miles per hour over the open Atlantic toward the Caribbean Sea. It has maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour, according to a brand-new update from the National Hurricane Center. That's an increase of 15 mph in the span of 12 hours. It's expected to become a hurricane of Category 3 status or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. It could…
New Storm System Will Bring Rounds Of Thunderstorms: 5-Day Forecast New Storm System Will Bring Rounds Of Thunderstorms: 5-Day Forecast
New Storm System Will Bring Rounds Of Thunderstorms: 5-Day Forecast A new storm system will bring separate rounds of scattered thunderstorms to start the new workweek. Ahead of the arrival of the precipitation, there will be dry conditions on Sunday, Sept. 17 with clear skies in the morning, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will rise to a high in the mid-70s. Clouds will increase in the afternoon and evening with a chance of showers at night followed by the possibility of thunderstorms overnight. The low temperature will be around 60 degrees. About a half-inch of rainfall is possible overnight. Monday, Sept. 18 will b…
New Update: Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane New Update: Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane
New Update: Tropical System Expected To Become Major Hurricane Conditions are rapidly improving in New England as Lee, once a Category 5 hurricane, is churning into Canada as a post-tropical cyclone. Click here for a new, updated story: Newly Named Tropical Storm Nigel Forms In Busy Atlantic Now, attention has turned to what is expected to be the next major hurricane of the 2023 Atlantic season. As of 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, Tropical Depression 15 is moving north-northwest at 16 miles per hour over the open Atlantic toward the Caribbean Sea. It has maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour, according to a brand-new update from the …
Lee Nears Landfall With Tropical-Storm Force Winds Extending 400 Miles Lee Nears Landfall With Tropical-Storm Force Winds Extending 400 Miles
Lee Nears Landfall With Tropical-Storm Force Winds Extending 400 Miles Lee is battering New England with heavy rains and gusty winds that are causing power outages as the storm races up the coast with landfall expected at around midday Saturday, Sept. 16 in Nova. Scotia. After strengthening to Category 5 status late last week, Lee, now a post-tropical cyclone, is still producing hurricane-force winds that extend over 100 miles away from its center and tropical-storm force winds that have a reach of around 400 miles. Related story - New Tropical System Expected To Become Hurricane  The highest wind gust reported from the storm was 62 miles per hour in D…
New Tropical System Expected To Become Hurricane Forms In Atlantic New Tropical System Expected To Become Hurricane Forms In Atlantic
New Tropical System Expected To Become Hurricane Forms In Atlantic As Hurricane Lee makes its way northward up the coast, a new tropical system has formed. Click here for a new, updated story: Newly Named Tropical Storm Nigel Forms In Busy Atlantic As of late Friday morning, Sept. 15, Tropical Depression 15 is moving northwest at 15 miles per hour over the open Atlantic toward the Caribbean Sea.  It's expected to become a hurricane northeast of the Lesser Antilles, according to the National Hurricane Center. Its highest sustained winds are estimated to be 35 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. If it becomes a tropical s…
Hurricane Lee Set To Batter Northeast Coast With Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain: Here's Timing Hurricane Lee Set To Batter Northeast Coast With Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain: Here's Timing
Hurricane Lee Set To Batter Northeast Coast With Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain: Here's Timing Hurricane Lee is now just hours away from unleashing damaging winds likely to cause scores of power outages along with drenching downpours in New England while coastal flooding and dangerous rip currents are expected in coastal New York and Connecticut. Updated story - New Tropical System Expected To Become Hurricane  The timing for Lee's effects is from Friday night, Sept. 15 into Saturday evening, Sept. 16. Tropical storm warnings and other advisories extend up the East Coast from Long Island to easternmost Maine. The newest computer models show Lee's expected landfall to be from…
Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England
Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England Watches and advisories now stretch from New York through New England as millions are expected to be affected by damaging winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Lee. Click here for a new, updated story - Hurricane Lee Set To Batter Northeast Coast With Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain: Here's Timing The newest computer models have the track of the massive system veering back a bit farthest east after models a day earlier projected landfall in coastal Maine. Now, its eye is expected to pass over land near the easternmost tip of Maine and Nova Scotia on Monday,  Sept. 18, near Halifax. As …
Hurricane Lee Track Shifts: Threat To Northeast Grows, Chance Of New England Landfall Increases Hurricane Lee Track Shifts: Threat To Northeast Grows, Chance Of New England Landfall Increases
Hurricane Lee Track Shifts: Threat To Northeast Grows, Chance Of New England Landfall Increases A slight north-northwest shift in the projected track of Hurricane Lee poses an increased threat for the Northeast with landfall now possible in New England. Click here for the latest update - Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England The newest computer models show possible landfall in eastern Maine early Monday morning, Sept. 18. Previous models had the likely landfall being in Nova Scotia, near Halifax. The effects of Lee will be felt for the first time in much of the East Coast beginning later in the day Wednesday morning, Sept. 13 wh…
Flash Flood Threat: Potent Storm System With Drenching Downpours Sweeping Through Region Flash Flood Threat: Potent Storm System With Drenching Downpours Sweeping Through Region
Flash Flood Threat: Potent Storm System With Drenching Downpours Sweeping Through Region A potent storm system accompanying a cold front is bringing thunderstorms with drenching downpours to the region.  Some of the storms may be heavy, with 1- to 2-inch per-hour rainfall rates possible in already saturated areas during the day on Wednesday, Sept. 13, the National Weather Service said. "Areas receiving multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain have a chance for flash flooding in low-lying, poor drainage, and urban areas," according to a statement from the weather statement. Most of the heaviest rain from the system will wind down by late Wedn…
Hurricane Lee: NY National Guard Making Preparations As Storm Strengthens Hurricane Lee: NY National Guard Making Preparations As Storm Strengthens
Hurricane Lee: NY National Guard Making Preparations As Storm Strengthens State leaders are preparing for possible impacts from Hurricane Lee as the storm continues to strengthen on its trek northward. Related story - Hurricane Lee Track Shifts: Threat To Northeast Grows, Chance Of New England Landfall Increases On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that 50 soldiers from the New York National Guard have begun preparations on Long Island ahead of possible dangerous high surf, rip currents, coastal flooding, and beach erosion along parts of the East Coast later in the week. Dangerous surf and life-threatening rip currents will affect portions of t…
Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing
Hurricane Lee Growing Larger Before Expected Northward Turn: Latest Projected Landfall Timing Hurricane Lee is growing in size before it is expected to take a sharp northerly turn by midweek. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee Track Shift Poses Increased Threat For Northeast, Possible New England Landfall As of around 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, Lee is located about 550 miles south of Bermuda with 115 mile-per-hour winds. A Category 3 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, it's moving northwest at 6 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane-force winds now extend 90 miles from Lee’s center, an increase from the weekend. Some slowing…
More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing
More Gusty Storms On Way Before Unsettled Weather Pattern Finally Ends: Here's Timing It's not over yet, but relief is coming. More potentially spotty, gusty thunderstorms are again on tap for the fourth straight day on Monday, Sept. 11 as a slow-moving frontal system maintains its hold on the region. It will be mostly cloudy throughout the day with a high temperature in the upper 70s. The timing for scattered to numerous showers is in the afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service. "What is left of a stalled boundary that has been parked over much of the region will linger through at least Monday," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Matt Benz …
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall
Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall Hurricane Lee has restrengthened as it is just days away from affecting a massive stretch of coastline along the East Coast. Click here for the latest update - Here Comes Hurricane Lee: Watches, Advisories Stretch From NY Through New England As of early Monday morning, Sept. 11, Lee is located 340 miles north of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean with 120 mile-per-hour winds. Now a Category 3 storm, it's moving northwest at 7 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. It could briefly return to Category 4 status Tuesday morning, Sept. 12 before returning to Category 2 sta…
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds
New Severe Weather Threat: Here's Timing For More Storms With Flooding Downpours, Strong Winds More potentially severe scattered thunderstorms are once again expected to sweep through the region for the second half of the weekend after previous activity resulted in downed trees and thousands of power outages the previous three days. The next window for storm activity is in the afternoon and evening on Sunday, Sept. 10.  "Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms along a stalled frontal boundary could produce locally heavy downpours this afternoon and evening," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Statement issued early Sunday morning. The mai…
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track
Hurricane Lee's Risk To East Coast Rises: New Week-Long Projected Track A new week-long projected track for Monster Hurricane Lee has been released as forecasters are now saying its risk to the East Coast has increased. Click here for a new, updated story: Hurricane Lee Restrengthens: New Models Predict Timing, Expected Site Of Landfall "Hurricane Lee will remain a powerful storm after undergoing rapid intensification," according to a report by AccuWeather.com on Saturday, Sept. 8. "As Lee turns northward next week dangerous surf will develop along the East Coast while the risk for direct impact rises in New England." For a look at Lee's projected path …