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A rather quiet week of weather is finally in store for the nation overall, with only a few small-scale storm systems expected to impact the US. What we are looking at, though, includes a risk for severe storms in the Southeast on Monday and rain to start the week in parts of the East. This comes as periods of snow and rain continue to impact portions of the western US. Here’s your 5 Things to Watch for this week. Severe Weather: A disturbance responsible for some severe weather across the central US on Sunday will track east, bringing the risk for isolated severe thunderstorms to parts of the Southeast this Monday. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted a Marginal Risk for severe weather, mainly in Alabama and Georgia. The question is the timing of these showers and storms, as the later they take place in the day, the better the…

A late-week storm will bring heavy rain and snow to the Northeast while a new area of low pressure will form by this weekend near the Colorado Rockies, eventually bringing another round of rain to the flooded central US. This comes as fluctuating temperatures persist across the US into next week. Welcome to the Thursday edition of your Morning Briefing, where we’ll give you a quick rundown on everything you need to know weather-wise, every weekday morning. Let’s begin. Days of Rain and Snow for Northeast: A slow-moving storm system will head up the eastern seaboard of the US at the end of this week, becoming the culprit for days of rain and snow across the northeastern US. Low pressure will rapidly strengthen off the Mid-Atlantic coast Thursday night with a minimum central pressure of about 1000 mb. By Friday night however, only 24 hours later, the pressure is expected…

A slow-moving storm system will be heading up the eastern seaboard of the US at the end of this week, becoming the culprit for days of rain and snow across the northeastern US. The storm is originating from the Gulf of Mexico, where it has already dropped widespread rainy and gloomy weather earlier this week across parts of the south and southeast. Now that Spring is upon us, snow chances are gradually decreasing, but as we remain in the month of march, sneaky winter storm opportunities are always still a threat. The storm system that will move north tonight and tomorrow will bring heavy snowfall to interior portions of the Northeast, along with heavy rain and gusty winds across the coastal plain. As the storm pulls away there will even be the risk for some snow closer to the coast as strong dynamics lead to cooling under the heaviest precipitation.…