Isaac’s remnants bring rain to East Coast

MSNBC: The remnants of former Hurricane Isaac brought heavy rain and strong winds -- and the risk of localized flash flooding -- to the East Coast of the U.S. overnight Monday and into Tuesday, The Weather Channel reported. Torrential downpours were forecast for the Northeast and South Atlantic states, while thunderstorms were possible across the Midwest. It follows a humid, damp and windy end to the Labor Day weekend in many parts, including Delaware, where strong thunderstorms and winds of up to......

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