It is not just South Florida enduring heavy rain as this weekend comes to a close. Flooding rain continues to stream across the mid-Atlantic.
A train of torrential rain remains in place from Norfolk, Va., to Baltimore, Md., to near Harrisburg, Pa.
Vehicles stalled out and Route 50 became flooded as the heavy rain poured down across Talbot, Md., earlier today.
More flooding incidents are sure to result throughout the mid-Atlantic, especially in low-lying and poor drainage areas with an additional 2 to 6 inches of rain expected to fall.
A handful of the thunderstorms accompanying the rain will turn severe with damaging winds and an isolated tornado. Earlier today, a waterspout developed near Cobb Island, Md.
Drier weather will return on Monday.
An ice storm, which could be the worst to hit the United States in years, is unfolding across portions of the southern Plains late this week.
Despite the mild air through midweek, the city is experiencing a drastic temperature drop to end the week.
The city will see snow a few times in the coming days as temperatures plummet.
After the midweek system accompanied with snow exits the area, frigid air will pour into the area.
While balmy air and rain will affect State College and central Pennsylvania into Thursday night, a return of colder air will be accompanied by a change to snow and slippery travel late Friday.
While balmy air and rain will affect Pittsburgh into Thursday night, a return of colder air will be accompanied by a change to snow and slippery travel Friday.
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14.84" rainfall in 24 hours. Greatest 24 hour rainfall event in state's history.
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