We are now in a flash flood weather pattern with the squeeze play between the trough in the Mississippi Valley and Bermuda High forcing tropical air north. In addition, we have a blob of tropical moisture near Florida that will end up coming north and enhancing thunderstorms and the flash flooding problems.
Trying to figure out who gets the most rain is tough. If you are under the storms, you may get socked with more than an inch of rain and flash flooding.
Another problem is the potential for locally damaging wind gusts and quick spin-up tornadoes. At times, the storms may spin up and produce a weak tornado or two just because the air mass is so humid.
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Storm is coming up the coast but will only skirt New England. Heat follows into the East.
Florida gets drenched and the same storm skirts New England
The same storm that produces severe weather will produce a major storm this weekend.
The stormy weather pattern today will turn into a chilly blocking pattern this weekend.