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Karen Haunts the East Coast... Severe Storms Hit the Plains

October 8, 2013; 10:02 AM ET


The coastal storm developing along the Southeast coast has the remains of Karen which are now east of Jacksonville. While the storm will remain an extratropical storm, the winds along the coast from Virginia to South Carolina will gust over 30 mph through at least Thursday. Heavy rain will fall as well so for the coastal areas; it will be a very stormy time the next couple of days.

Severe weather will return to the High Plains Thursday. It would appear that low pressure develops east of Denver and should draw up enough low-level moisture to produce severe storms. The storms will produce damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes.

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