More rain, snow and wind will pelt the Pacific Northwest on Thursday as mild weather continues for most of the eastern U.S.

West: Heavy rain will continue to wallop the coasts and valleys of the Northwest as snow plasters the mountains. Floods are again possible in western Washington and western Oregon. Heavy snow will fall in the Cascades, northern Rockies and Sierra.

East: Mild temperatures will overspread the eastern U.S. as readings in the 50s, 60s and 70s are forecast. Some light rain showers are likely in northern New England and New York State.

Central U.S: Other than some light rain and snow in the northern Plains, the rest of the central U.S. will enjoy clear skies and mild temperatures on Thursday.

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Weather history for Dec. 10: In 1699, a heavy ice storm hit Boston. In 1995, a lake-effect snowstorm dumped up to three feet of snow in the Buffalo area.

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