Another active weather pattern is setting up along the East Coast.
Showers and thunderstorms once again dominate the forecast thanks to a weak frontal boundary draped to our North. A stagnant upper level pattern won't allow this front to move through, keeping the warm, moist air mass in place for much of the week.
That alone would just keep late day convection in the forecast, but several upper level disturbances are also forecast to move over the region, triggering widespread showers and storms. Weaker winds will result in slow moving storms and flash flooding will continue to be a threat, especially through the first half of the week.
Strong downburst winds and hail will also be possible with these thunderstorms.
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