Tropical Storm Beryl moving away from the New England Coast after actually making landfall! It appears that we have a good rainfall in between today and Sunday. The Severe threat today is especially in the piedmont and areas eastward, but really encompasses the whole area tomorrow. Dryer conditions with seasonal temps returning early next week.

Summary: Still seeing a good threat for a soaking rain, especially in thunderstorms, as the amount of moisture in the air is very high. Flooding concerns are mainly Maryland and Pennsylvania as some totals could approach 3 inches or more in these regions. Severe weather also appears possible today, especially the piedmont areas and eastward, and tomorrow area wide. Dryer and seasonal temperatures return early next week

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Tropics: Tropical Storm Beryl is heading off the New England coast and not much other activity remains for the time being. See the latest info in the Tropical Center .

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