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Wet weather continues across Pacific Northwest and New England

Two developing storm systems will bring heavy rain to opposite coasts of the U.S. on Wednesday, one affecting the Pacific Northwest and northern California and the other New England. There is a risk of flash flooding across both areas, with 2-4 inches of rainfall, with isolated higher amounts, possible by Thursday morning.
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Last Update: 940 AM HST WED OCT 22 2014

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Alenuihaha Channel

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  • SynopsisTROPICAL STORM ANA IS LOCATED ABOUT 530 NM WEST OF LIHUE AT 800 AM HST...AND IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTHWEST AT 9 KT. A SURFACE HIGH FAR NORTHEAST OF THE STATE WILL SHIFT SOUTHEAST AND WEAKEN THIS WEEK. A NEW HIGH WILL BUILD FAR NORTHEAST OF THE STATE THIS WEEKEND.
  • Rest Of Today Northeast winds 10 kt. Wind waves 4 ft. Swell north 3 to 4 ft. Haze. Scattered showers.
  • Tonight East winds 15 kt. Wind waves 6 ft. Swell north 3 ft. Isolated showers.
  • Thursday East winds 15 kt. Wind waves 6 ft. Swell north 3 ft. Scattered showers in the morning. Isolated showers in the afternoon.
  • Thursday Night East winds 20 kt. Wind waves 8 ft. Swell north 4 ft. Isolated showers.
  • Friday East winds 20 kt. Wind waves 7 ft. Swell northwest 3 ft. Scattered showers in the morning. Isolated showers in the afternoon.
  • Friday Night East winds 20 kt. Wind waves 7 ft. Isolated showers.
  • Saturday Southeast winds 15 kt. Wind waves 6 to 7 ft. Swell north 3 ft. Isolated showers.
  • Sunday East winds 15 kt. Wind waves 5 to 6 ft. Swell north 3 ft. Haze. Isolated showers.



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