Storm continues to move into the southeastern states today, with rain chances blanketing this region and extending as far west as eastern TX and north to the Ohio River Valley and Mid Atlantic states. Some of this rain will be heavy, especially on the northern and eastern side of this system, with widespread rainfall accumulating in the 1-2 inch rain by Saturday morning, with higher totals in the 2-4 inch range in north central FL. A few isolated storms from north central FL through the eastern Carolinas are possible, with mainly a severe wind gust threat, although a tornado cannot be completely ruled out as well.
Rain and snow possible in northern New England today especially this evening and overnight, with a dusting of snow possible at most, though areas of western ME closer to the Canadian border could pick up an inch or so.
Another storm builds into the Pacific Northwest with more low elevation rain, high elevation snows, and wind. The majority of this activity initially today will be from northern CA through western WA then building into ID, and northwestern MT and WY tonight.