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    Interior Northeast Gets Sunshine; Coast Turns Rainy

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    7/25/2013, 5:19:46 AM

    Thursday 8 a.m.

    This morning was the coolest so far this month in most of the Northeast, and there should be no return of heat wave conditions for the rest of July. However, Saturday is likely to be warmer than today across most of the region.

    Here is my morning video:

    Tropical storm and hurricane activity usually increases in late summer, and we now see Tropical Storm Dorian in the eastern Atlantic. The storm has top winds just over 60 mph and is heading west-northwest at 17 mph. Just to put it in perspective, the storm center is 2,900 miles east-southeast of New York City, which is almost 200 miles farther than the distance between Miami and Seattle. Here is the collection of track forecasts as shown in the tropical info section of AccuWeather.com.


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