Heavy Rain Eyes Jacksonville to NYC, Boston This Weekend
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Heavy Rain Eyes Jacksonville to NYC, Boston This Weekend

Heavy Rain Eyes Jacksonville to NYC, Boston This Weekend

By Alex Sosnowski, Expert Senior Meteorologist

July 31, 2014

Trouble is brewing for people with outdoor plans and travel along the Atlantic coast this weekend in the form of drenching rain and thunderstorms.

The same system responsible for drenching rain and isolated flooding over Colorado and New Mexico earlier this week will swing up and get strung out along the Atlantic Seaboard this weekend.

People heading to the beach, ballgames, outdoor concerts and other activities should be prepared for episodes of rain and isolated thunderstorms.

The rain is forecast to develop in a swath from Louisiana and Florida, northeastward to New England as the weekend progresses.

The heaviest rain will be concentrated from the I-95 corridor to the beaches, where a couple of inches may fall from Friday through Sunday. The rain will be heavy enough to slow travel by way of poor visibility and incidents of urban flooding in the corridor.

According to Northeast Weather Expert Dave Dombek, “It will not rain the entire weekend along the I-95 corridor but toward the beaches the rain is likely to be be more frequent.”

via Heavy Rain Eyes Jacksonville to NYC, Boston This Weekend.

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