World Flood advisories continue for Southeast, potential storms could develop in Atlantic
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are still in effect on Friday from southeastern to the as locally heavy rain from the remnants of continues.
Strong storms will develop later today fromto as a cold front moves into the region.
We’re still monitoring two disturbances in thethat are likely to develop into tropical depressions and/or storms in the next day or two.
A disturbance east of the Carolinas may organize as it moves parallel to, then away from the East Coast, where rough surf and a high rip current risk will carry into the weekend.
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Another disturbance in the Central Atlantic may develop over the next couple of days, with no imminent threat to the U.S.
Dry fuels and gusty winds will keep theelevated from the Great Basin to the Northern Rockies.
A system moving into theand Northern Rockies this weekend will provide cooler temperatures and some rain over wildfires currently burning in the area.
Snow possible for parts of West, meteorologists forecast .
A drought-stricken Northwest is forecast to see some high elevation snow this weekend with the arrival of cooler temperatures. While heavy precipitation continues to drench the Southeast on Friday, the National Weather Service (NWS) said that a strong cold front would bring rain and some high elevation snow to the Northwest, even as a widespread elevated fire threat is possible from the Great Basin into the Northern and Central Plains.