Track the Heavy Thunderstorms on Radar

April 19, 2013; 10:20 AM ET
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Severe storms and flooding rain are slicing eastward toward the Appalachians and will move off the East Coast late Friday night.

Significant rainfall will continue to be a problem and lead to flooding.

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