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Severe Weather Today; Heavy Rain Late Week

May 12, 2014; 10:04 AM ET

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Severe thunderstorms will develop along the cold front from the Great Lakes to Texas today. The impacts of the storms will be mainly damaging winds and hail. A tornado threat does exist for areas from Wisconsin to Missouri. The threat of tornadoes is small.

Thursday and Friday, the front will inch east and a heavy rain event may develop from the Carolinas to New York. Rainfall across that area could range from 1-4 inches and may result in flash flooding. Severe storms may also occur across the same area.

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