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Another Eastern Storm to Bring Severe Thunderstorms and Renewed Flooding

A large area of low pressure is forecast to shift from the central U.S. Thursday across the Northeast this weekend. Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms will be possible Thursday from Florida to the Carolinas with damaging winds and a few tornadoes the main threats. Heavy rain from the Mid-Atlantic through New England may lead to urban and renewed river flooding Friday and Saturday. Read More >



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