Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history. / WUSA
While the central USA gets a break from the bad weather with a clear, warm day expected, both the East and West will see a fair amount of storminess on Friday.
East: A soggy, stormy day is likely in the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic. Some severe thunderstorms could blast portions of eastern North Carolina.
West: More showers and snow will hit the Pacific Northwest. The Southwest will be dry and hot.
Central, Southeastern U.S.: Warm temperatures in the 70s and 80s and clear skies will be the rule for most of the central U.S. and Southeast.
Weather history for April 25: In 1915, light snow was seen in Pensacola, Fla., the state's only April snow ever reported. In 1990, the temperature hit a record 90 degrees in Alpena, Mich.
In 1998, a dust devil appeared out of a clear sky in Pendleton County, West Va., causing some damage.
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