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2021-07-19 17:12:08

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striping wire servicestriping wire servicestriping wire servicestriping wire service,Over 55 million Americans are at risk for flash flooding this weekend as severe weather heads toward the Northeast. Portions of the Northeast are nearly five times wetter than average for July so far. New York and Boston both could approach all-time wettest July before the month's end. Tornadoes and damaging winds are also possible in the Northeast today. A slow moving frontal system is bringing very heavy rain from the central U.S. to the East Coast. Over 3 inches of rain caused flash flooding in the Detroit region on Friday. Over 5 inches of rain was reported in Indiana, nearly 6 inches of rain was reported in Illinois, and over 10 inches of rain was reported in Kansas. The system is moving east this morning and will bring more heavy rain to parts of the Ohio Valley and ultimately into the Northeast. Severe storms, including the risk for possible tornadoes and damaging winds will be possible from Maryland to New York today, including Philadelphia and New York City. Flash flood watches are in effect from Indiana to Massachusetts. The rainfall threat across parts of the Northeast is particularly concerning. The region is well above average for rainfall. On top of the flash flood watches, severe thunderstorm watches are now in effect across a large swath of the Northeast as well, including Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City. Strong to severe thunderstorms are already firing up in parts of the region. Strong, potentially damaging wind gusts are the main concern from any severe thunderstorms that move through. Stronger, slow-moving thunderstorms bringing torrential rain also bring the threat of dangerous flash flooding and frequent lightning. One of these stronger thunderstorms are already impacting parts of northeastern New Jersey into New York City...and it's moving very slowly. The worst of it right now is from Elizabeth to Jersey City, New Jersey, where a flash flood warning has just been issued. New York City has had 8.49 inches of rain so far for the month of July. To put that in context, New York City's average rainfall for all of July is 4.60 inches. The wettest July on record in New York city is 11.89 inches. Boston has had 8.92 inches of rain so far in July. Boston currently is having it’s third-wettest July on record. The wettest July on record in Boston is 11.69 inches. The precipitation forecast for storms Saturday and Sunday shows locally over 3 inches of rain. While not a certainty, it is looking possible, that Northeast cities will be approaching or exceeding their wettest July on record -- and that may happen this weekend, in spots.