A little busy today with the severe weather and the snow. The squall line that has formed overnight will continue to move east producing pockets of wind damage. The tornado threat will remain across the Southeast where the best shear values are located, but overall the main impacts will be the locally damaging wind gusts. Flooding will also occur in areas where the ground is frozen and heavy rain falls. That appears to be the Appalachians from West Virginia into southern New York. The major cities in the I-95 corridor will also have strong wind gusts as the line of storms moves through.
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Another snowstorm will hit Maine and add to the snowcover.
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