Summary: The remnants of Fred will bring heavy rainfall, significant flash flooding, gusty winds, and a severe weather threat to the Northeast. Monsoonal moisture will remain in place across the west, resulting in a threat of flash flooding today. Severe storms will be possible along a slow moving cold front as it tracks from the Rockies into the upper Midwest through the end of the week. Meanwhile, Atlantic systems Grace and Henri are continuing to strengthen, while Pacific system Linda is slowly tracking towards Hawaii Flood Watches: Utah, Colorado, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut
Tropical Storm Henri
Henri is expected to strengthen into a hurricane over the Atlantic, and is forecast to be near the northeast coast of the U.S. late this weekend and early next week, with risks of storm surge, wind, and rain a distinct possibility. Henri is currently located more than 800 miles south of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and is moving west at nearly 10 mph.
Linda is currently centered east of HI, and may impact the Leeward and northern Windward islands by late this weekend. Shipments to and from HI will likely be impacted
While Grace is not expected to impact the U.S., hurricane conditions and a dangerous storm surge are expected in portions of the eastern Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, and flooding rainfall is expected across the Veracruz State. it made landfall near Tulum, Mexico at 4:45am this morning. Shipments to or from these regions will likely be impacted.
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