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Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history. / WUSA

A soggy Friday is forecast for most of the eastern third of the nation, while more rain and snow will pelt the Northwest.

East:

Finally, after months of snow, most of the precipitation that falls Friday in the East will be in the form of rain as milder air wins out. The heaviest rain -- along with severe storms -- is likely in the Deep South, but wet weather will be common throughout the East from Maine to Florida.

Northwest:

Rain will again fall along the Pacific Northwest coast, while snow is likely in parts of the northern and central Rockies.

Southwest:

The best weather Friday will be in the Southwest, with clear skies and temperatures mainly in the 70s and 80s from southern California to central Texas.

Weather history for March 28: In 1955, snow fell in northern Florida, the latest measurable snow on record in the state. In 1984, a severe weather outbreak hit the Carolinas, as 22 tornadoes killed 57 people.

In 1985, record heat baked the Plains and Midwest, as the temperature soared to 86 degrees in North Platte, Neb. In 2005, almost three inches of rain drenched New York City.



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