Yet another soggy, stormy day is on tap Friday for the central U.S. while calm, pleasant weather will be the rule for both the East and West Coasts.

Central U.S.: Heavy rain and thunderstorms will continue to pelt the Plains on Friday. Flash flooding is possible in much of Texas and Oklahoma.

East: A cold front pushing off the coast will usher in cooler air for Friday in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The Southeast and Florida will stay in the warm 80s under mostly sunny skies.

West: Other than some light rain and snow in the Colorado Rockies, the rest of the western third of the country will see clear skies on Friday. Temperatures will range from the 60s in the Northwest to 70s and 80s in the Southwest.

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Weather history for Oct. 23: In 1947, residents of Marksville, La., reported “thousands” of small fish falling from the sky. On that same day in 1947, Baltimore hit 91 degrees, the city’s latest 90-degree or greater reading on record.

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