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By: NEwxguy , 4:10 PM GMT on August 31, 2012
Isaac is no more,but its remnants are dumping a lot of rain in Missouri and Arkansas,an area that desperately needs a lot of rain.Currently moving northward.
This should get caught up in a frontal system at some point and we may get a lot of rain here in the northeast around Tuesday into Wednesday.
Meanwhile out in the Atlantic,we have Hurr. Kirk which is a very nice looking TC that is no threat to anyone except shipping,the kind we all like to watch.
Then we TS Leslie which is getting more impressive with time,currently in the central Atlantic movin wnw. NHC seems to think eventually find a place between two troughs and curve northware.
Still watching this one closely as several ensemble models still pull it to the east coast or norteast or up into the Canadian Maritimes,so this is something to watch over the next few days to see if this behaves like they say it will behave.
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