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(NY) — A southern storm brought two confirmed tornadoes to Florida, on Thursday record rainfall in Orlando and harm to Georgia and the Carolinas. Now the storm continues to inch its way through the busiest travel days of the vacation season north.
on Friday morning and joining with a western storm
The storm system is moving north. Numerous flood warnings and watches have already been posted for the East Coast, including high wind warnings and a the winter season advisory.
The southern storm is moving across the spine of the Appalachians, producing gusty winds and heavy rain from Washington, D.C., into Boston.
on Friday afternoon with heavy rain and gusty winds continuing for the Northeast
The storms interact the Northeast. On the relative back side of the storm, snow showers are anticipated in the central Appalachians from NEW YORK to West Virginia.
friday night and into Saturday morning
By, the eastern storm will quickly re-locate of the U finally.S. and into Canada. Gusty snow and winds showers will continue for the Northeast, however the heavy rain will over be. Your day on Friday through, yet another 1 to 3 inches of rain is expected for elements of the Northeast with river and flash flooding possible.
Western storms to come
Winds gusted over 100 mph in Washington state, producing damage a couple of days following a tornado hit hawaii just. Huge waves made aviation across the coast very hard or even impossible.
Almost 4 inches of rain fell in elements of Oregon and Washington within the last 48 hours.
Now, some storms is prearranged in the Pacific and prepared to slam in to the West Coast once more.
the weekend and into Monday will undoubtedly be heavy once more
Rainfall totals through, with some certain specific areas forecast to see a lot more than 3 inches of rain.
Snow is expected all of the real way right down to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California, in which a winter storm watch has been issued. The weekend and into Monday some areas could see several feet of snow through.
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