Storm In Northeast Will Intensify Into A Bomb Cyclone Forecasters Say

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TL;DR

This is the second coastal storm to impact New England in a week. Last weeks storm sat off the coast of the mid Atlantic churning up seas and bringing a strong onshore wind that shredded beaches up and down the East Coast. It caused costly damage along the coast due to beach erosion and coastal flooding. A rapidly intensifying storm developing across the Mid Atlantic will move quickly into New England by Thursday. According to the Weather Channel the coastal storm will produce heavy rain and strong winds through Thursday from the mid Atlantic to New England. A strong storm will form and eventually move up into New England as a bomb cyclone. Here in PA we will see rain today and a windy cooler day tomorrow. The storm will strengthen at a fast enough pace from Wednesday to Thursday to be classified as a bomb cyclone. A powerful coastal storm will unleash soaking rain and howling winds through Thursday from the Mid Atlantic to New England. Up to 3 inches of rain could fall in this storm where flash flooding is possible

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