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Significant Rain Falls in New Jersey

Dave Aiello wrote, "This morning, we woke to the first significant rainfall in Central New Jersey in at least a month. I have written a bit about the drought that has beset the New York Metropolitan area recently. But, you know it really has to have gotten bad if the State of New Jersey decided to totally ban lawn watering."

"Radio reports on WABC indicate that over 2 inches of rain have fallen in Central Park, New York City, within the last 24 hours. The National Weather Service said that 1 inch of rain had fallen at Washington's Crossing (PA / NJ border on the Delaware River) by 9:30am."

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