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Flooding January 25, 2010

Radar Loop

The combination of a slow moving cold front, warm temperatures and deep moisture produced a period of heavy rainfall from late Sunday night through most of Monday. In addition, the warm temperatures caused the snow pack across area to melt. Rainfall amount of 1 to 2 inches and the snow melt caused flooding across parts of the area.

This is a mosaic of National Weather Service radars across parts of the northeast. The loop is comprised of 39 images, each image is a snapshot of precipitation near the top the hour. Because of the amount of images, it may take a minute or so (depending on your internet connection) for the loop to load and start. You will need Java installed to view the loop.

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Page last modified: January 27, 2010