Storms Could Bring Flash Flooding

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    NEWSLETTERS

    NBC Connecticut meteorologist Bob Maxon gives us a look an increasingly wet and stormy forecast for Tuesday August 13th, 2013.

    A strong cold front will press across the region today, bringing storms that could cause flash-flooding and dangerous travel conditions.

    Areas of very heavy rain cover New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania early this morning and they are all moving our way.

    There are embedded thunderstorms along with this rain and they will continue to advance as well.

    More than an inch of rainfall is possible by early afternoon, so flash flooding is possible and travel will be challenging and dangerous.

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    The system is a fast-moving one and some brightening is possible by mid-afternoon and drier air arrives tonight.

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