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Next Storm Brings Heavy Storms

April 4, 2014; 9:42 AM ET

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1. The storms through this morning will remain near severe levels across parts of the Gulf Coast states and into eastern Tennessee to southwestern Virginia.

2. We may see a round of heavy storms in the dry slot across eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania late this afternoon and evening. The dynamics are pointing to that area for storms develop later today.

3. The snow across the Upper Midwest will wind down this morning into the early afternoon.

4. Next storm will develop Sunday and moves northeast Monday into Monday night. Heavy thunderstorms will develop along the Gulf Coast Sunday afternoon and spread north and east Monday. Not sure yet of the severity of the storms, but it does appear that wind damage will be the main impact. Heavy rains will hit the Ohio Valley and Southeast causing more flooding problems.

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