Once Tuesday's system plays through Wednesday is shaping up to be a dry day with sunshine. However the second storm system heading toward the east coast for Thursday and Friday appears to be a bit of a powerhouse as weather models all forecast a rather intense surface storm to develop.
Antother (and it appears to be the last) in this series of storms will be coming out of the Southern Plains and heading for Western Pennsylvania/ Western NY as show on the GFS model sequence above (click to animate). This system has a tremendous amount of upper air support as the feature aloft strengthens as it moves eastward. It looks to be another 1 to 2 inch rain producer combined with a strong southeast wind along the coast. Thankfully for south facing shore lines we are in between important moon phases so coastal flooding is not going to be a big issue. However as far as rain goes with an increasingly saturated ground, localized flooding could be an issue. The upper air storm may take a couple of days to get out of the way so genuine improvement may not happen until Saturday..READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/04/03/storm-thursday-looks-potent-heavy-rain-wind/