CAMP SPRINGS, Md. (AP) - Bands of rain stretch from the Pacific Northwest all the way to New England, and there's no let-up in sight for the heavy weather in the nation's middle.
Strong thunderstorms and tornadic activity are common now in the mid-Mississippi Valley. And forecaster Brian Korty at the National Forecast Desk in Camp Springs, Maryland, says more of the same is on tap for today.
The storms will eventually move into the Ohio River Valley and ultimately into New England.
And then, Korty says yet another storm will quickly move into the nation's mid-section to take its place.