Monday 9 a.m.
The storm that left a trail of death, destruction and despair is now causing rain in the I95 corridor from the eastern Carolinas to New England. As it departs, a high pressure area from the Midwest takes over. However, a cold front that will approach the East Coast late in the week will set off rounds of showers and thunderstorms. With a widespread area of clouds and rain from the Gulf of Mexico out past Florida, we will have to watch the new frontal system closely. Some of the computer guidance suggests it could get very wet along and near the Eastern Seaboard if the slowing front and all that moisture get together.
Today's Northeast video:
The thickest clouds as of late morning were near the coast, but low clouds lingered to the west and north.
Street flooding in some of the heavier rain
Such is the stuff that generates rumors, worries or snowstorm dreams that later turn out to be unfounded.
As we close out November and start December this week, the Northeast will have two rounds of rain and a warmup.