A slow-moving storm has the potential to unload several inches of rain on the Harrisburg, Pa., area through midweek.
The same storm responsible for severe weather and tornadoes over the Central and Southern states will send periods of rain through the mid-Atlantic and into the Northeast.
While the rain will alleviate brushfire conditions, it can bring problems on the other end of the spectrum, such as travel delays from flash and urban flooding, as well as poor visibility.
During Thursday, the flow will become more west to southwesterly. From this direction, the chilly flow from the Atlantic Ocean will be turned off. However, eventually cooler air from the Midwest will filter east of the Appalachians this weekend.
The reversal of the winds will not end the chance of rain. The pattern could allow locally heavy, gusty thunderstorms to come calling on Thursday.
Spotty showers from the ancient storm over the Midwest will settle over the region this weekend.
As the death toll climbs early this week, thunderstorms will continue to disrupt rescue and recovery efforts across the Kathmandu Valley.
Severe storms pummeled areas from Dallas to New Orleans during a storm outbreak Sunday into Monday.
An unsettled and stormy weather pattern will challenge plans for Nik Wallenda, who will attempt to walk atop a slowly-moving, 400-foot-high observation wheel on Wednesday morning.
The main threat of severe weather will focus on southern Florida and the Keys during Tuesday afternoon.
Drenching rain will expand across the Southeast states by Wednesday, bringing the threat of flooding and travel delays.
A slow-moving storm system will bring heavy rain and the risk of flooding to southeast Queensland and eastern New South Wales.
Memphis, TN (1991)
15.03" of rain during April 1991 -- wettest April since 1877. The previous April record was 13.90" in 1872.
Caribou, ME (1997)
6.2" of snow.
The 28th of April, 1790, a very stormy day of snow." by Ebenser Byles, Town Clerk of Ashford.