Northeast, mid-Atlantic expected to see thunderstorms as Northwest record highs continue
Wet weather will bring the risk of flooding for upstate New York, New England
A cold front sweeping the Northeast and mid-Atlantic will bring showers and thunderstorms through Friday morning.
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Heavy rain will lead to flooding risks, especially for upstate New York and New England.
Behind the cold front, some measurable snow will move into the upper Midwest and Great Lakes.
Meanwhile, more wet weather is expected in the South over the next several days, with several inches of rainfall anticipated in Texas.
Florida is also looking at showers and thunderstorms across areas that were hit hard by Ian.
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In addition, the Northwest continues its streak of warm weather, with another day of record-high temperatures.