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This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept.26, 2016, at 9:45 AM EDT shows a large low pressure system over the northern Midwest bringing scattered showers and storms to much of the eastern United States. Most of the storms are forming across the Appalachians out ahead of an advancing cold front. A few of these storms might be severe during the afternoon hours. A line of showers can be seen on the backside of this cold front extending from the Ohio Valley, and down through the Mississippi Valley. Mostly clear conditions can be seen across the Northeast due to an area of high pressure, while scattered light showers can be seen across the northern Midwest on the back end of the low pressure center. Scattered afternoon thunderstorms can also be seen across the Southeast. (Weather Underground via AP)

This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept.26, 2016, at 9:45 AM EDT shows a large low pressure system over the northern Midwest bringing scattered showers and storms to much of the eastern United States. Most of the storms are forming across the Appalachians out ahead of an advancing cold front. A few of these storms might be severe during the afternoon hours. A line of showers can be seen on the backside of this cold front extending from the Ohio Valley, and down through the Mississippi Valley. Mostly clear conditions can be seen across the Northeast due to an area of high pressure, while scattered light showers can be seen across the northern Midwest on the back end of the low pressure center. Scattered afternoon thunderstorms can also be seen across the Southeast. (Weather Underground via AP)

Inundaciones en Memphis

Imágenes de la ciudad de Memphis tras las inundaciones por el desbordamiento del río Mississippi