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Historic flooding will continue to ravage the Central US today, likely not ending for at least a few more days. In the meantime, the East experiences some quiet weather until the end of the week, with only Florida to get some heavy rain later today. 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. Record-Breaking Flooding to Grip Central US for Days: The effects of last week’s powerful cyclone are still being felt over the Midwest and Mississippi Valley today. Historic flooding ravages neighborhoods, destroys property, and blocks roads for at least a few more days before river levels begin to significantly lower.The Central US will experience more rain this week, but it likely won’t contribute to any worse flooding for any areas. The main effect that we’re concerned…

This week’s record-breaking cyclone will continue to weaken as it reaches the East Coast today. After its passage, colder air will effectively drop temperatures and bring about a few light rounds of lake-effect snow. 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 begin. Scattered Thunderstorms Up and Down the East Coast: After getting a taste of Spring weather this week, the Northeast will finally see some excitement with the passage of the remnants of this week’s storm. Moderate rainfall up to 1.5″ in some areas will be paired with a chance for isolated thunderstorms up and down the coast.Much of the Northern Plains, and parts of the Mississippi remain flooded, and will remain flooded until well into next week. The Northeast will likely be spared much of this, with only some…

The same powerful storm we’ve been watching all week has undergone record-breaking deepening over the last few days. After more flash flooding and blizzard conditions, this incredible storm will move out of the Central US today, weakening as it moves to the Northeast Friday. 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 jump right in. Days of Severe Weather and Flooding Continue: Trouble in the Central US now spreads further East today, encompassing the Ohio and Mississippi River Valleys with severe thunderstorm, tornado, and flooding threats.The biggest threats today will likely be possible tornado formation around the Ohio River Valley, as well as damaging straight line wind. Severe storms will likely form late morning to mid-afternoon, and within these storms, local rainfall totals could increase by up to an inch.Flooding up…