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Once again, the Central US is in the spotlight with multiple threats on the way to the region. This weekend, the first of two potent severe weather threats will bring all modes of severe weather, including flash flooding, to most parts of the country east of the Rockies. For the East, a relatively quiet weekend lies ahead, but some thunderstorms may cause a few isolated issues. Welcome to the Friday 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 dive right in. First Round of Widespread Severe Weather this Weekend: Through Sunday, our first round of risk for widespread severe weather will spread across the country, east of the Rockies. All modes of severe weather can be expected this weekend, especially some flash and river flooding from heavy downpours within developing storms.As a short-wave trough perturbations…

As we head into the middle of our week, we’ll begin to see the effects of our overall pattern change. Temperatures will warm and skies will slowly clear in the East today and tomorrow. On the West Coast, a new potent storm comes ashore, which will then provide some energy for a multi-day severe weather threat over the Central US. Welcome to the Wednesday 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. Northeast Warm Up: Spring will make a comeback in the Northeast through the end of the week, as temperatures warm back up today and tomorrow. We will finally begin to see the effects of our overall pattern change.As higher pressure moves in aloft, skies will clear, temperatures will rise, and the water-logged region will begin to dry up after at least 5…

Rain, chilly temps, and some late-season snow will continue today for the Northeast, but luckily be followed much warmer and drier weather later in the week. The Central US is not as lucky; the next few days will pass with only a few pop-up thunderstorms and showers. However, closer to the end of the week, another round of dangerous severe weather is ready to once again bring multiple hazards to the region. Welcome to the Tuesday 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 dive right in. Dreary Rain and Late-Season Snow: Our upper-level low, that’s currently moving out into the Gulf of Maine, will continue to affect the Northeast into tonight. Rain and showers will begin to taper off, and an accumulating late-season snowfall will continue over higher elevations.Temperatures 20-25 degrees below average for…