(NEW YORK) — An intensifying storm is moving out of the Gulf Coast through the Ohio Valley and is forecast to hit the northeast Tuesday afternoon.
Severe weather, including flash floods, tornadoes, and gusting winds are possible Monday into Tuesday along the Gulf Coast into Florida and the Carolinas.
One-to-three inches of rain is possible from Washington, D.C., to Boston on Tuesday afternoon and into the evening hours. Areas from Detroit to Cleveland and into western New York and upstate Vermont could see snow, with accumulations from a couple of inches in Detroit and Cleveland to nearly 10 inches in the mountains around New York and Pennsylvania.
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