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By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer
We are starting to see some rain on the western fringes of our area. There is a Flash Flood Warning in Hunterdon County until 4:30 a.m. Thursday. They’ve seen a radar estimated 1-1.5+ inches of rain. Likely some minor flooding is occurring. Nothing like last week obviously, but insult to injury.
Rain is approaching other areas of New Jersey, and now it looks more likely that rain will linger Thursday and another round affects Long Island later in the day.
The tornado risk has been reduced, and overall rainfall remains around .5-1 inch.
The storm has produced downed trees and some flooding in Pennsylvania, but it is weakening quite a bit as it treks east. Again, not a huge system, but well west could get some damage.
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