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Northeast to See Warmer and Drier Weather to Start October

10 months ago

This past weekend, the Northeast dealt with heavy rain and flooding in some areas. New York City saw nearly apocalyptic flooding as at least a foot of water rose, posing life-threatening risk to residents.

Areas that experienced this large amount of rain may be warming up, but officials warn that risks associated with the flooding are still present. However, the Northeast will be happy to hear that a warmer and less wet weather pattern will be swooping in to start the month of October.

High Pressure Brings More Sunshine to the Northeast

The sun will be shining from the Mississippi Valley to the Eastern Seaboard throughout this week. An area of high pressure will move from the Midwest into the Northeast, which will help bring warmer temperatures and eliminate any moisture hanging around.

The Upper Midwest could see record-high temperatures, and while the East Coast will experience warmer weather, this area won't be breaking any records.



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