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Isaias Moving Through New England

Isaias has weakened and is now moving through New England. Winds are at 50 mph, and Isaias is moving north-northeast at 40 mph.

The center of the storm is 5 miles NNW of Rutland, Vermont. Isaias will move through the northeastern states tonight before heading into Canada by tomorrow.
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Further weakening is expected, and Isaias should become post-tropical tonight or early tomorrow.

The National Hurricane Center is warning that "Heavy rainfall near the path of Isaias, through the Hudson River Valley, is likely to result in flash flooding, particularly through urban areas and the surrounding terrain of the Catskills, Adirondack and Green Mountain Ranges through Tuesday night. Scattered minor to moderate river flooding is likely across portions of the Mid-Atlantic. Quick-responding rivers in the Northeast will also be susceptible to minor and possible moderate river flooding." 

A few tornadoes are also possible in New England.
Out in the Atlantic, a small area of low pressure has formed a few hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. Some slight development is possible of this system while it generally drifts over the Atlantic for the next few days.


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