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Flooding in Maryland and New Jersey on Saturday Night

Between four and six inches of rain fell in suburban Baltimore last night, yielding flood scenes like this...     ...and like this...     Closer to home, heavy rain in Central New Jersey caused some pretty epic flooding in the Princeton area.   The culprit was the combination of tropical moisture over our region, being squeezed out by a "warm" front that lifted northeast through the region on Saturday (causing the New Jersey flooding) while a second "cool" front m

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Tracking This Weekend's Heat

Temperatures this weekend should make it to above 95 both Saturday and Sunday, with either of the days likely to surpass the 96 degree "gold standard" of heat that was established earlier this month and equaled on Monday.     Obviously, the heat alone won't be the biggest story of the upcoming weekend. The combination of dew point values in the upper 60's and lower 70's will add a few degrees to the heat index, which means that most days will result in a "feels like" temperature that

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