After a protracted stretch of hot weather, temperatures are beginning to fall across the Northeast.
Strong to severe storms are anticipated over the next two days as a front that is moving slowly from Texas to the Great Lakes moves over the United States.
There is a risk of flash flooding in secluded locations as a result of the heavy rain.
On Thursday, heavy storms are forecast to strike the mid-Atlantic states, including several large cities located along the I-95 corridor.
Since Tuesday, a dramatic drop in temperature has been observed throughout the Northeast.