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A cloudy wet day is forecast for the mid-Atlantic and Northeast as an area of low pressure moves over the East Coast.  

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Some pockets of heavy rain will be possible in localized areas.

Snow across the Plains through Friday morning
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The next storm system developing across the Rockies – bringing accumulating snow – will be the nation’s next weather-maker in the Plains.  

Gulf Coast severe storm threat
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Strong-to-severe thunderstorms will be possible for the southern Plains and Gulf Coast.  

Southeast severe storm threat
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On Friday, the severe storm risk will expand across the Mississippi Valley, the Southeast and reach up into the Ohio and Tennessee valleys.

Warmer U.S. temperatures 
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A very nice warmup is in store ahead of this next system, challenging some daytime records for the Northeast on Friday.

Northwest futuretrack
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The unsettled weather pattern remains across the Pacific Northwest. 

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