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

The central U.S. will see a rainy and stormy Wednesday, with some severe weather possible in the Plains. Other damp areas include the Pacific Northwest and New England.

Plains, Midwest: Severe thunderstorms are forecast to rattle the central and southern Plains with large hail, strong winds and some tornadoes possible. Farther to the north, the upper Midwest and northern Plains will see a cool, rainy day.

West: While most of California and the Southwest will enjoy clear skies, showers will fall along the Pacific Northwest coast. Mountain snow will fly in the higher elevations of northern and central Rockies.

East: The Southeast will be warm and lovely, while the Mid-Atlantic will be on the breezy side. A few rain and snow showers are likely from the eastern Great Lakes to New England.

Weather history for April 23: In 1983, 16 inches of snow fell in Laramie, Wyo. In 1985, the temperature soared to a record high of 88 degrees in Buffalo.

In 1998, the temperature dropped to a record low of 44 degrees in Houston.



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