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Update on the northeast rain and Tropical Storm Tammy:

- As I posted about last night, rainfall have increased a bit for Long Island with the Weather Prediction Center now showing some areas of 1 to 1.5 inches. With multiple low pressure centers, it's still a complicated setup. I posted a Euro video below from 6 AM tomorrow to 2 PM Sunday.

- Next week looks basically dry with it warming up for mid to late week.

- There is uncertainty regarding when a cold front comes through late next week or next weekend.

- Tropical Storm Tammy will be strengthening as it approaches the northeastern Caribbean islands, and it could be on the verge of hurricane-strength by the time it gets there tomorrow night.

-Through Saturday night, Tammy is expected to produce storm total rainfall of 3 to 6 inches, with maximum amounts of 10 inches, across portions of the northern Windward into the Leeward Islands. Rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches with maximum amounts of 4 inches are expected for the British and U.S. Virgin Islands into eastern Puerto Rico. These rains may produce isolated flash and urban flooding, along with isolated mudslides in areas of higher terrain.

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