Finally! Some Relief For The NorthEast.

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The Northeast will finally get some beneficial rain as a cold front interacts with the meandering Tropical Storm Julia and pushes tropical moisture North towards New England by early next week. Expect heavy downpours from DC to Maine, travel delays, and localized storms. This is beneficial to the Northeast because of the drought they have been experiencing and will help the lakes, rivers and farming. We will have more on how much rain in our next update. ~Nicholas

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  1. saberonyx says:

    Yes beautiful day here on Long Island

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    1. Erika Martin says:

      Can you take a pic? Would love to see it.

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  2. saberonyx says:

    I will tweet it,I have a Bloomsky weather station with the cam.

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    1. Erika Martin says:

      Oh very nice! Thank you!

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      1. saberonyx says:

        Thanks, Im a weather enthusiast who lives in Levittown, NY. The fun happens in the winter time because of my job Im on the streets at 5am (opening a public school) so Im always posting pictures of the weather conditions. Rain,snow or sleet Im out in it .Nice to meet you.

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      2. Erika Martin says:

        I see. If you like you can be a contributor on our blog with weather pics. Totally up to you.

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  3. saberonyx says:

    Cool, I love this kind of stuff. I will check everything out.

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    1. Erika Martin says:

      You can find my twitter in the meet the team section. Thank you.

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    2. Erika Martin says:

      Sounds good! Thank you for you support.

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