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East Coast Flash Flood/Severe Thunderstorm Threat Monday

A cold front and waves of low pressure will slowly shift across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast states Monday and Tuesday. Heavy thunderstorms along this front may produce heavy rain and flash flooding with the highest threat Monday from Tennessee into New England. A few strong to severe thunderstorms are also possible mainly from Northern Maryland to southern New Jersey. Read More >

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