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I-95 Corridor: Warmer Today and Drying Trend

May 1, 2014; 6:54 AM ET

Thursday morning

The storm that produced multiple killer tornadoes early in the week transitioned to more of a flood-producing rain storm as it came into the East. This map shows some of the rainfall reports around the New York City - New Jersey area:

Here is today's video.

Just before 10 a.m., a line of showers was moving across west-central Pennsylvania.

During the next few days, there will be spotty areas or lines of showers that pop up from the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley eastward. However, the persistent, large-scale downpours are moving away.

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