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Now – Tropical Storm Lee is moving along the Eastern seaboard. The National Hurricane Center says, although downgraded from a hurricane, Lee still has sustained winds of 70 mph and is moving north at 16 mph through New England into Canada.  Lee made landfall in Nova Scotia around 4 p.m. and is continuing to move northward. There are strong winds, coastal flooding and heavy rain in parts of Maine and Atlantic Canada.  Several New England states can expect rough surf at the coastline and some strong wind gusts, which should continue through the evening and across northern and eastern New Hampshire, especially in the higher elevations. Also, there will be lingering showers in some locations so stay safe. The storm exits Saturday night, and on Sunday, it will be sunny and pleasant with temperatures in the 70s.

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