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How — and when — Tropical Storm Elsa will impact Massachusetts, according to Boston meteorologists

"As Elsa moves near Long Island and southern and coastal New England today, heavy rainfall could lead to considerable flash and urban flooding."

National Hurricane Center

National Hurricane Center: ‘As Elsa moves near Long Island and southern and coastal New England today, heavy rainfall could lead to considerable flash and urban flooding’

National Weather Service: ‘Tropical Storm Elsa brings the risk of heavy rainfall, which may lead to flash flooding & strong to damaging wind gusts this morning into the afternoon’

Vicki Graf, Boston 25 News: ‘Stronger wind will lead to some tree damage and power outages’

Cindy Fitzgibbon, WCVB: ‘Heaviest rain 8am-2pm with the risk of flash flooding as heavy bands will have rainfall rates of 1-2″/hr+’

Sarah Wroblewski, WBZ: ‘As winds increase, we’ll be watching for any rotating storms, low risk of a tornado late morning through the early afternoon’

Chris Lambert, 7News: ‘Strongest gusts will be on the Cape and Islands. Highest winds late morning-midday.’

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