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Short Range Public Discussion
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Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 359 AM EDT Thu May 25 2017 Valid 12Z Thu May 25 2017 - 12Z Sat May 27 2017 ...There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms over parts of the Central High Plains... ...Heavy rain possible over parts of Northern New England Coast... Low pressure over the Ohio Valley will slowly weaken and move eastward off the Northeast Coast by Friday evening. The system will produce rain from the Great Lakes/Ohio/Tennessee Valleys eastward to Southern New England to the Northern Mid-Atlantic. A region of embedded thunderstorms will develop over parts of the Lower Great Lakes to the Mid-Atlantic that will move into parts of Southern New England by Thursday evening, ending by Friday morning. Rain will continue from the Lower Great Lakes to the Central Appalachians to the Northeast through Friday evening. In addition, an area of showers and thunderstorms will develop over parts of the Southern Mid-Atlantic that will move off the coast overnight Thursday. Furthermore, showers and thunderstorms will also develop over parts of Southern Florida becoming confided to the southern most tip of Florida by Friday evening. Meanwhile, a front extending from the Northern/Central Plains westward to the Great Basin will slowly move eastward to the Upper Great Lakes to the Middle Mississippi Valley then southwestward to the Southern High Plains by Friday evening. Ziegenfelder Graphics available at