Slow-moving storm drenches the Northeast



Drenching storm to haunt Northeastern US into Halloween

A storm that was once a powerful bomb cyclone over the Pacific Ocean is slowly making its way into the Northeast as Halloween approaches. Even though the storm is past its prime, AccuWeather forecasters say it will still pack a punch in the form of drenching rain, gusty winds and localized flooding. Enough moisture in the atmosphere will help the storm produce a general 1-2 inches of rain from the central Appalachians to the mid-Atlantic, eastern Great Lakes and New England through Saturday nigh

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