The major storm that brought rain and snow to the East Coast on Sunday and Monday moved to the northeast and weakened today. The snow ended across western Pennsylvania and New York, with some locations receiving 4 to 8 inches. Some spotty light rain continued over the area today but the main storm has now moved out of the area. Clearing skies can be expected across the East on Wednesday with highs remaining just a bit below normal. Warm air across the Plains will move east and bring highs in the 70s and 80s to the East Coast on Thursday. Only isolated severe thunderstorms can be expected over the next few days across the United States as a cold front moves southeast from the Midwest. Above average temperatures are expected to continue across the Plains and West over the next few days with little chance of rain.
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