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    Sunny to Showery

    July 30, 2013; 6:17 AM ET

    Tuesday 9 a.m.

    This is my morning video, showing why fine weather is the rule in the Northeast now, but also why a change to showery conditions is likely after tomorrow.

    In this display of lightning from last night into this morning, we see the storms that moved off the East Coast yesterday and several areas of storminess in the middle of the country that may tend to merge by the time they reach the East on Thursday and Thursday night.

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