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Wet Weather for Great Lakes and Then Northeast

April 28, 2014; 6:21 AM ET

Monday 6:33 a.m.

A large storm system moving northeastward from the central Plains this week will cause a large area of rain and thunderstorms. This video shows how things should unfold.

The ECMWF (European) model predicts more than 4 inches of rain this week in parts of the Middle Atlantic states. Violent thunderstorms will advance along the south and east sides of the storm center.

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Elliot Abrams
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