An active, stormy period ahead from the deep Southeast, northward into New England

A storm system departing the nation’s mid-section will begin to re-form later Friday over the Gulf of Mexico. 

Following a period of intensification, the system will drift northeastward, reaching the coastal Carolinas early Sunday and New England on Monday. 

Storm-total rainfall could reach 2 to 4 inches or more in the Atlantic Coast States, with flooding possible across parts of the lower Southeast.  Meanwhile, the Midwest will receive mostly light rain, or rain changing to snow. 

In the storm’s wake, colder air will briefly overspread the Midwest and Northeast, with snow squalls developing in portions of the Appalachians and downwind of the Great Lakes. 

Farther west, dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days across the Rockies, Southwest, and High Plains.  In the Far West, however, encroaching Pacific storminess will lead to increasingly showery weather, starting late in the weekend, especially across northern and central California. 

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