People across New England and into the mid-Atlantic will be reaching for their umbrellas on Monday as the same system responsible for the weekend's severe weather spreads rain and thunderstorms across the regions.
The steadiest rain is forecast to fall from northwestern Pennsylvania through northern Maine and into parts of Atlantic Canada. Some locations in this zone could pick up over an inch of rain through Monday night, especially in the higher elevations.
While only a few showers and thunderstorms are seen along the I-95 corridor, a zone of stronger storms is forecast to develop over southern New England.
On Monday morning, a tornado touched down north of Boston in Revere, the National Weather Service confirmed.
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Footage of the tornado Monday, July 28 just north of Boston. (Instagram Repost/nic_coppola)
These storms are projected to stay just west of Boston and bring the risk of damaging wind gusts and hail during the afternoon.
While rain falls across the Northeast, severe storms will make an appearance across parts of the Southeast.
Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front during the afternoon can turn severe, stretching from the coast of the Carolinas down into Alabama.
Wind gusts up to 60 mph and flooding downpours will be the primary threats before the storms taper off throughout Monday night.
Travel delays should be anticipated as a result of the rain and severe storms for those on the roadways and taking to the air.
Flooding may also turn into an issue for some, especially in areas that received a plethora of rain from the weekend storms.
Looking ahead to Tuesday, much drier conditions are expected across the East. However, some spotty afternoon showers may develop over New England and down the spine of the Appalachian Mountains.
After an extended bout with frigid, arctic air gripping much of the eastern United States, the Detroit area will see a change as milder weather sets in for the new week.
After an extended bout with frigid, arctic air gripping much of the eastern United States, the Cleveland area will see a change as milder weather sets in for the new week.
This week, rounds of snow, rain and ice pummeled areas from Oklahoma City to Boston, creating treacherous travel conditions and causing widespread power outages in the tens of thousands across the country.
After nearly 9 feet of snow this winter for the Boston area, many residents are trying to make the best of the snow-clogged conditions.
Heavy rain will soak the Gulf Coast and expand into the Southeast early this week, perhaps bringing isolated flooding but also helping to battle the drought.
As arctic air is held at bay next week, warmth will build from the West to the Central states, while the temperatures rebound to seasonable levels in the Northeast.