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Lowering Humidity for the Northeast

September 3, 2013; 8:26 AM ET

Monday 9 a.m.

Today's video shows why the recent humid weather in the Northeast is headed for history.

However, strong thunderstorms formed over Long Island this morning, and some that activity will across the parts of Rhode Island that had flash flooding yesterday. Here is what the radar showed just before 10:30 this morning:

With northwesterly flow becoming established across the Northeast by tomorrow, another cold front (from Manitoba) will have little difficulty reaching the I-95 corridor from D.C. to Portland, Maine, by early Thursday.

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