Following a southward push of cool, dry air at midweek, clouds, showers and higher humidity will return to the Northeast.
Even though the tremendous rains have come and gone, flooding will continue on the major rivers in the South Central states for the next couple of weeks.
After another dreary day unfolds on Thursday, a turn to drier and milder weather will greet New York City by this weekend.
Severe weather, including isolated tornadoes, will once again target the nation's midsection into Wednesday night.
An end to the dreary and cool weather around Harrisburg will come later this week.
An end to the April-like cool and dreary weather putting umbrellas and jackets to use around Philadelphia will come later this week.
Violent thunderstorms and tornadoes; 13 confirmed tornadoes in western PA (most from any outbreak). Widespread wind damage in eastern PA. Wind gusts of 80 mph at ABE and RDG. One person killed in Philadelphia by a falling tree. Largest tornado outbreak in 35 years in western PA.
Harrisburg, PA (1985)
Golf ball-sized hail and 60 mph winds.
Heavy, flooding rains. Milton received 15.57 inches while Crest view was deluged by 11.44 inches.