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Jan 25, 2015

The storm system that brought heavy snow to parts of the southern Plains will continue to develop as it moves up the Eastern Seaboard late Friday into Saturday. The system has the potential to bring a wintry mix of precipitation to the mid-Atlantic and New England, although it is not expected to be a major snow producer, along with heavy rain and isolated severe thunderstorms across the Southeast.

A deep upper trough currently swinging through the Southern Plains will continue to have access to abundant moisture from the Gulf of Mexico...

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