Saturday, June 8, 2013

Is Even More Rain Coming? Find Out!

          Tropical Storm Andrea impacted the northeast with heavy rain in  with rainfall amounts in excess of six inches in some locations. So this might have you thinking we are going to have lots of sun now, well that is not correct really at all. A strong low pressure system in the central and high plains will dump heavy rain there, which is good for them because of the upcoming fire season. But where exactly will all of this rain go, well read on to find out! Well the low will glide east into the Midwest and them through the Ohio Valley, eventually into our region, by Monday. The low will then cut through western Pennsylvania and central New York, and into west-central New England, through Maine.

          The rainfall totals should be a widespread 1 to as many as 3 inches. The most rain will fall in an area that was hammered by lots of rain yesterday, New England. Here is the HPC's rain forecast for the next 1 - 3 days, but this is not the only storm that is coming to our area, so be sure to read on after the forecast graphic.

          Yet another rainstorm is coming for the middle of next week, but the track of it will be slightly more south then this storm coming on Monday. This storm will ride though central and northern Ohio, into extreme southwestern New york and western PA. From this point the storm will, likely go into south central Pennsylvania, into northern West Virginia, and Maryland and New Jersey. Rainfall from that will be from about 1 to as much as 2 inches. Keep stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest rainfall forecasts on these storms as well as forecasts and outlooks on all northeast weather action!

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