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7:00 AM | *One last hurrah from Florence...nice for the second half of the week*

Paul Dorian

One last hurrah today from what remains of Hurricane Florence as it merges with a frontal system and produces showers and thunderstorms in the I-95 corridor. Some of the rain can be heavy at times today and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. After the remnants of Florence exit off of the Northeast US coastline late tonight, high pressure will take over here for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period. We’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions during the second half of the week and then the next front will approach on Friday night from our northwest. The tropics have become generally quiet in the Atlantic Basin and should stay so for the next several days. In fact, as of late Monday, there were no tropical storms/hurricanes/cyclones anywhere around the world which is quite unusual in mid-September and it hasn’t been so since the end of July. There are signs, however, for a resumption of tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin later this month and/or during the month of October.

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7:00 am | *One last hurrah from Florence...nice for the second half of the week*

Paul Dorian

One last hurrah today from what remains of Hurricane Florence as it merges with a frontal system and produces showers and thunderstorms in the I-95 corridor. Some of the rain can be heavy at times today and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. After the remnants of Florence exit off of the Northeast US coastline late tonight, high pressure will take over here for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period. We’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions during the second half of the week and then the next front will approach on Friday night from our northwest. The tropics have become generally quiet in the Atlantic Basin and should stay so for the next several days. In fact, as of late Monday, there were no tropical storms/hurricanes/cyclones anywhere around the world which is quite unusual in mid-September and it hasn’t been so since the end of July. There are signs, however, for a resumption of tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin later this month and/or during the month of October.

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7:00 AM | *Unusually quiet on the tropical scene - for now*

Paul Dorian

One last hurrah today from what remains of Hurricane Florence as it merges with a frontal system and produces showers and thunderstorms in the I-95 corridor. After the remnants of Florence exit off of the Northeast US coastline late tonight, high pressure will take over in much of the eastern US for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period. We’ll experience generally dry, sunny and hot conditions during much of the remainder of the week. The tropics have become generally quiet in the Atlantic Basin and should stay so for the next several days. In fact, as of late Monday, there were no tropical storms/hurricanes/cyclones anywhere around the world which is quite unusual in mid-September and it hasn’t been so since the end of July. There are signs, however, for a resumption of tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin later this month and/or during the month of October.

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7:00 AM | *Unusually quiet on the tropical scene - for now*

Paul Dorian

One last hurrah today from what remains of Hurricane Florence as it merges with a frontal system and produces showers and thunderstorms in the I-95 corridor. After the remnants of Florence exit off of the Northeast US coastline late tonight, high pressure will take over in much of the eastern US for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period. The tropics have become generally quiet in the Atlantic Basin and should stay so for the next several days. In fact, as of late Monday, there were no tropical storms/hurricanes/cyclones anywhere around the world which is quite unusual in mid-September and it hasn’t been so since the end of July. There are signs, however, for a resumption of tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin later this month and/or during the month of October.

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7:00 AM | *One last hurrah from Florence...nice for the second half of the week*

Paul Dorian

One last hurrah today from what remains of Hurricane Florence as it merges with a frontal system and produces showers and thunderstorms in the I-95 corridor. Some of the rain can be heavy at times today and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. After the remnants of Florence exit off of the Northeast US coastline late tonight, high pressure will take over here for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period. We’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions during the second half of the week and then the next front will approach on Friday night from our northwest. The tropics have become generally quiet in the Atlantic Basin and should stay so for the next several days. In fact, as of late Monday, there were no tropical storms/hurricanes/cyclones anywhere around the world which is quite unusual in mid-September and it hasn’t been so since the end of July. There are signs, however, for a resumption of tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin later this month and/or during the month of October.

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12:40 PM | *An impact on the Mid-Atlantic region by the remains of Florence*

Paul Dorian

The remnants of Florence are centered over the Ohio Valley at mid-day and showers and thunderstorms are wrapping around the system and now impacting much of the Mid-Atlantic region.  The threat for occasional rain and thunderstorms will continue in the I-95 corridor into the early part of tomorrow night when a frontal system will finally clear things out.  Some of the rain will be heavy at times and some of the storms can be on the strong side.  In fact, accelerating tropical systems of this nature sometimes generate tornadic-producing thunderstorms on its east side so that may also become a threat over the next 24-36 hours.

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7:00 AM | *The remnants of Florence to impact us from tonight into tomorrow night*

Paul Dorian

The remnants of Florence have begun a looping pattern and are accelerating to the northeast today from southern West Virginia and should push off the Northeast US coastline by late tomorrow night. As a result, showers and thunderstorms will impact the I-95 corridor from later today into tomorrow night. Some of the rain can be heavy at times and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. Once Florence exits, high pressure will take over for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period and we’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions. A frontal system will then approach from the northwest at the end of the week.

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7:00 AM | *The remnants of Florence to push off the Northeast US coastline by early Wednesday*

Paul Dorian

The remains of Florence have begun a looping pattern and are accelerating to the northeast today and should push off the Northeast US coastline by late tomorrow night. Once Florence exits the Northeast US, the tropical Atlantic will become relatively quiet for a brief time. There are signs, however, for more active tropical activity to resume later this month and perhaps for parts of October.

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7:00 AM | *The remnants of Florence to impact us from today into tomorrow night*

Paul Dorian

The remnants of Florence have begun a looping pattern and are accelerating to the northeast today from southern West Virginia and should push off the Northeast US coastline by late tomorrow night. As a result, showers and thunderstorms will impact the I-95 corridor from later today into tomorrow night. Some of the rain can be heavy at times and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. Once Florence exits, high pressure will take over for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period and we’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions. A frontal system will then approach from the northwest at the end of the week.

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7:00 AM | *The remnants of Florence to impact us from later today into tomorrow night*

Paul Dorian

The remnants of Florence have begun a looping pattern and are accelerating to the northeast today from southern West Virginia and should push off the Northeast US coastline by late tomorrow night. As a result, showers and thunderstorms will impact the I-95 corridor from later today into tomorrow night. Some of the rain can be heavy at times and some of the storms that form can get quite strong with gusty winds as the remnants pass by just to our northwest. Once Florence exits, high pressure will take over for the Wednesday-to-Friday time period and we’ll enjoy generally dry and sunny conditions. A frontal system will then approach from the northwest at the end of the week.

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