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Potential Coastal Storm could have big impacts in Eastern New England this week!




The next four days present an unique challenge for weather forecasters.  Models present a blocked upper-level pattern which ensues at the surface as well.  A large ridge in Atlantic Canada will keep the coastal low pressure blocked at the surface and rather stalls or meanders off the coast near the New England storm benchmark location or 40N:70W.  Winds will increase after 12z tomorrow into 12z Friday, they should peak between 55-70mph winds at the coastline between 12z Thursday and 12z Friday.  Heavy rainfall over 5" should be a common number when this storm exits Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Be prepared for a raw few days from I-95 corridor eastward will be the main region impacted from eastern CT to Eastern ME.



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