Summary: A strong cold front will produce heavy rain will create mainly localized areas of flash flooding to the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. There is another flash flood threat in the parts of the Southeast and Southern Appalachians. Additionally, several disturbances are currently active in the tropical Atlantic, however none of them are expected to impact the continental US at this time. Due to a backlog of freight, delays are still being seen for shipments destined to areas impacted by Ida and Nicholas
Tropical Storm Peter is passing north of the Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Peter is no threat to the continental United States, but will cause heavy rain and high surf across parts of the Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, potentially disrupting freight to or from those places.
Rose is located in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean to the west of the Cabo Verde Islands, and should weaken to a tropical depression later this week.
Currently located just off the west coast of Africa, the slow-moving system is expected to strengthen as it moves west across the Atlantic. It is too soon to determine yet if this system will become a threat to the U.S. East Coast
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