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    Elliot Abrams

    More Rain in the Northeast

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    6/10/2013, 6:06:57 AM

    Monday 10 AM

    A slow-moving low pressure area now heading into the Northeast has an abundance of moisture, so some areas will have street and highway flooding. The greatest impact areas may be at the places that had the most rain from Andrea. The current pattern has caused some folks to wonder what happened to summer. One of the hash tags on I saw on twitter this morning was #whereissummer. That question will be answered quite forcefully in the central and southern Plains this week, but excursions into warm, sunny weather will be transient from the Great Lakes to the Middle and North Atlantic states.

    Northeast video from 7 AM Monday:

    Chicago area video

    The Northeast regional radar at 10 AM showed a large area affected by showers and thunderstorms:

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    The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of AccuWeather, Inc. or AccuWeather.com

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