Kirk Falls Apart, No longer a Tropical System

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29 Sep 2018 10:45 AM
What was once Tropical Storm Kirk has now dissipated. Kirk did produce a lot of rain with, with estimates of 4 - 6 inches of rain with isolated higher amounts. Unfortunately parts for Lesser Antilles, flooding because and issue. We are still keeping an eye on Post Tropical Cyclone Leslie as it move to the southwest, but fortunately this system is well away from land. More updates on Leslie over the next fews days. For WeatherNation, I am Meteorologist Marcus Walter.
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