A slow-moving frontal boundary extending from the Northeast by way of the Ohio Valley is reaching southwest into the Mississippi Valley and Texas.
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The Storm Prediction Heart has issued a slight danger of extreme thunderstorms from components of the Mid-Atlantic to the Tennessee Valley from Thursday afternoon into early Friday morning.
The Storm Prediction Heart has issued a Slight Danger of extreme thunderstorms (Credit score: Fox Information)
Moreover, a slight danger of extreme rainfall has been issued over a area together with Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas.
Heavy rain will produce scattered areas of flash flooding, with city areas, roads and small streams being most susceptible.
Heavy rain will produce areas of flash flooding (Credit score: Fox Information)
Rain picks up within the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic by early Friday and extends again into components of the Ohio Valley.
Cooler air on the northern aspect of the system does imply an opportunity for moist snow in upstate New York and better elevations in inside New England late Friday and Saturday morning.
Rain picks up within the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic by Friday (Credit score: Fox Information)
In any other case, temperatures in entrance of the storm line stay heat.
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Highs throughout the Southeast and components of the East Coast will once more be within the 70s and 80s on Thursday.