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Jeanne's rains winding down; tropics quiet


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Flooding rains from Jeanne now a problem

8:50 p.m. ET ET Tue.,Sep.28,2004

 

Tom Moore, Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

Remnants of Jeanne are plaguing the Mid-Atlantic and parts of the Northeast with heavy rain. Flood watches remain posted from the western Carolinas into portions of Pennsylvania and New York. Flood warnings run rampant from the Washington, D.C., area to the New York City area. The center of Jeanne's circulation will move eastward from the Chesapeake Bay to the Atlantic Ocean. The threat of tornadoes has diminished but tornadoes have touched down around Wilmington, Del., and Cherry hill, N.J.

 

There are no other immediate threats in the tropical Atlantic. Tropical Storm Lisa is in the Atlantic moving northward and well away from any land masses. Typhoon Meari, in the western Pacific, will weaken to a tropical storm but will produce strong winds and heavy rainfall across Japan.

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