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  1. SPC-A marginal risk encompasses much of the Mid Atlantic, with a slight risk south of the Mid Atlantic. WPC-The WPC has also posted a large area under a slight chance of excessive rain with the storms from Delaware to Connecticut.
  2. July 22-23 has the potential to be a pretty wet day across the majority of the northeast. Right now the WPC has placed a moderate chance of excessive rain over the area, and the SPC has now placed a slight chance of stronger storms toward the coast from Providence to DC. The GFS and NAM both have the region getting up to 2 inches of rain and localized 3 inches+. Pictures order...WPC, SPC
  3. Wanted to start the blog off with a layman's terms scientific overview of what climate change is and what it means for the future of not only our planet but life on Earth. Of course some intense weather footage for those rare few here who are addicted to the weather. A National Geographic special from 2011 covering the wild weather of 2010 across the globe and how this will become more common in our changing climate. Water the giver and the taker of life with the power to change our landscape forever yearofthestorm.mp4
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