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Sunday, September 04, 2011

Storm-Battered Vermont Gets More Of What They Don't Need- Rain

As darkness envelopes America on this Sunday evening before Labor Day- National Weather Service (NWS) severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings are in effect in the great American state of Vermont- as well as other states in the Northeast affected by Hurricane Irene.

The damage from flooding caused by Irene was particularily great in Vermont- said to be the worst flood disaster in that Original 13 States since 1927- according to the BURLINGTON (VT) FREE PRESS.

To make matters worse- the remains of Tropical Storm Lee now way down in Louisiana is contributing with a frontal system to produce more flooding rains in the Northeast- areas that were hit hard by historic flooding from Irene.

Our prayers tonight for Vermont and all fellow Americans under the weather gun!

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