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Supercomputer Weather: US East Coast Easter Deluge


Washington D.C. Weather – Easter Saturday

As forecast by NOAA’s supercomputer and Scoop last week the East Coast of the U.S. looks set to receive weather almost as bad as NZ is expecting during the Easter holiday. The image above shows a rainstorm bearing down on Washington D.C. (which is roughly in the centre of the picture) on Easter Saturday.

To view the latest NOAA supercomputer forecast of the path of Easter rain storms on the U.S. East Coast, click on the links below.

Good Friday
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Easter Saturday
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Easter Sunday
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