A nor’easter will intensify off the East Coast into late week. This system will contribute to rough surf, rip currents, beach erosion and coastal flooding on the Eastern Seaboard. Heavy rain and damaging winds will also affect parts of the Northeast. The National Hurricane Center says there is a chance the system could develop into a hybrid subtropical depression or storm. A nor’easter will move slowly and close enough to the coast this week to bring significant coastal impacts to the Eastern Seaboard, including rough surf, coastal flooding, heavy rain and strong winds. An area of low pressure has developed well off the mid-Atlantic coast, and rain from this system will continue to overspread much of southeastern New England, Long Island and parts of the mid-Atlantic coast. Current Radar, Watches and Warnings This early season coastal system will then linger off the Northeast coastline into Saturday before a cold front finally pushes this system eastward this weekend. Late Week Forecast Winds will persistently blow toward the mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts between the counterclockwise flow […]