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Posted on: July 31, 2020

[ARCHIVED] *Special Weather Statement Regarding Tropical Storm Isaias*

National Weather Forecasting, Inc.Special Weather Statement
FORECAST ISSUED: Monday August 3rd - 1 pm


SUMMARY: Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to cross Southeastern New York Tomorrow evening before moving up into Northern New England late tomorrow night. Potentially heavy rain will develop tomorrow accompanied by gusty winds. There’s a potential for up to five inches of rain from this system and flash flooding is a real possibility late tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening. As the storm lifts to our North tomorrow night, conditions will rapidly improve with diminishing winds and the showers should wrap up by dark tomorrow night.

MAIN IMPACTS: Locally heavy rain with possible flooding. Potential for wind gusts in the 35-45 mph range.

START TIME: Tuesday 1 pm – Tuesday 3 pm

END TIME: Tuesday 9 pm – Tuesday 11 pm

HIGHEST IMPACTS: Tuesday 4 pm – Tuesday 8 pm

GENERAL OUTLOOK OF: 2-4 inches of rain. Highest amounts of up to 5+ inch totals are possible. Possible wind gusts of 35-45 mph. The strongest winds between 4 pm and 7 pm tomorrow.

POST STORM CONDITIONS: Sunny and drier on Wednesday.

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