Several rounds of raindrops are possible as remnants of Cindy head this way.
One to two inches of rain is likely, with locally higher amounts possible.
The notoriously tough insects are just as dangerous when they're wet as they are dry, according to Alabama officials.
It was Canada's only F5 tornado on record.
Interestingly, they're using the model the National Weather Service rejected in its quest to replace the GFS.
Areas of flooding are possible from east Texas to West Virginia through Friday.
Locally heavy rain is possible, particularly late Friday into early Saturday.
Summer cranks it up a notch tomorrow.
The timing and amount of rain will depend on the exact storm track, which is evolving.
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