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Hurricane Katia And Remnants Of Lee

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SEPTEMBER 6: In this satellite handout from NOAA, the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee is seen over the eastern U.S. after having been absorbed by a frontal system as Hurricane Katia churns in the Atlantic September 6, 2011 from space. As the remnants of Lee is dumping rains along the Eastern U.S., prompting flood watches, Katia churns in the Atlantic ocean as a Category 3 storm, although it is not expected to make landfall. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)
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SEPTEMBER 6: In this satellite handout from NOAA, the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee is seen over the eastern U.S. after having been absorbed by a frontal system as Hurricane Katia churns in the Atlantic September 6, 2011 from space. As the remnants of Lee is dumping rains along the Eastern U.S., prompting flood watches, Katia churns in the Atlantic ocean as a Category 3 storm, although it is not expected to make landfall. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)
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In this satellite handout from NOAA, the remnants of Tropical Storm... News PhotoButter Churn,Front View,Horizontal,Order,Ruined,Satellite View,Space,USA,WeatherPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2011 NOAASEPTEMBER 6: In this satellite handout from NOAA, the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee is seen over the eastern U.S. after having been absorbed by a frontal system as Hurricane Katia churns in the Atlantic September 6, 2011 from space. As the remnants of Lee is dumping rains along the Eastern U.S., prompting flood watches, Katia churns in the Atlantic ocean as a Category 3 storm, although it is not expected to make landfall. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)