Monday 8:40 a.m.
A slow-moving low pressure area that drenched parts of Florida and other places in the Southeast was centered over northwestern South Carolina early today, and it will be over central New England by Wednesday. Its output has been spotty, but dramatic. Fort Myers, Fla., had more than 4 inches of rain in the last few days while Tampa (104 miles away) had virtually nothing. The heaviest rain early Monday morning extended from West Virginia to the western Carolinas. This map shows the arrangement and also shows an extensive area of rain extending from Maryland to New England.
In today's video, we look at how where most of the rain should fall during the next couple of days, then see why we are optimistic about nice weather late in the week and into the weekend in the Northeast and Great Lakes.
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It could feel like spring later this weekend.
High wind today, then only in Maine Tuesday
Two chances for precipitation this weekend
Cold winds follow the Northeast snow storm tonight
It's coming... fast
April one day, cold and snowy the next
Northeast to turn milder with rain then colder with snow Northeast will turn damp, milder Tuesday and Wednesday, then colder with a snow storm threat