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Lightning flashed across the stormy night sky in Virginia on August 31-September 1 as the remnants of former Hurricane Ida brought flash flooding to the state.
The severe weather prompted Virginia Gov Ralph Northam to declare a state of emergency. The rainfall would present “significant resource and operational challenges,” Northam said.
The National Weather Service said a wide area, stretching from southern Pennsylvania to southern Connecticut, and taking in New York City, was at high risk of flash flooding. Credit: Jason Holleran via Storyful