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Weekly Storm Outlook:

WATCHING A COASTAL LOW DEVELOPING OFF THE SOUTHEAST COAST WHICH WILL NOW AFFECT MOST, IF NOT ALL OF THE PHILADELPHIA AREA. THE THREAT OF RAIN HAS INCREASED FOR PHILADELPHIA AND SURROUNDING SUBURBS AS THE COASTAL LOW COULD TRACK FURTHER INLAND. TIME FRAME LATE WEDNESDAY (STARTS IN S. JERSEY & DELAWARE FIRST) SPREADS NORTHWARD AND CONTINUES INTO THURSDAY. AT THE SHORE, INCREASING SURF AND DANGEROUS RIP CURRENTS EXPECTED ON THURSDAY WITH MINOR TIDAL FLOODING AT TIMES OF HIGH TIDE.

THE NEXT THREAT OF RAIN WILL BE ARRIVING NEXT MONDAY OR TUESDAY (SEPT. 29th-30th) AS A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OR A POSSIBLE TROPICAL SYSTEM DEVELOPS IN THE GULF AND MOVES UP THE EAST COAST. WILL MONITOR THIS AS WE MOVE THROUGH THE WEEK.

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