The West Coast is set to feel an atmospheric river this weekend.

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A storm system that moved in from the west brought baseball-size hail to parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Wednesday.

The storm system will move east into the Mississippi River Valley on Thursday with severe weather stretching from New Orleans to Jackson, Mississippi, and into Shreveport, Louisiana, and eastern Texas.

The biggest threat with these storms will be damaging winds, huge hail and even a few tornadoes.

The tornado threat is higher Thursday than it was Wednesday.

Severe storms are possible throughout Louisiana and western Mississippi on Thursday evening.(ABC News) Severe storms are possible throughout Louisiana and western Mississippi on Thursday evening.

The storm moves into the Northeast on Friday with heavy rain and even snow in the New England mountains.

Washington, D.C., New York City, Philadelphia and Boston could get more than 1 inch of rain.

Heavy rain will move into the Northeast on Friday afternoon.(ABC News) Heavy rain will move into the Northeast on Friday afternoon.

Atmospheric river to hit West Coast

Several storm system will pound the West Coast through the weekend bringing moisture from an atmospheric river into California and Oregon.

Rain and snow begins later Thursday and really picks up on Friday with heavy rain possible from Northern California into Oregon. Some flooding is possible.

Several storms will bring rain to the West Coast through the weekend.(ABC News) Several storms will bring rain to the West Coast through the weekend.

Some areas could see more than 5 inches of rain over the next several days, while 2 feet of snow is possible in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Several storm systems will bring 2 to 5 inches of rain to the Northwest, while the mountains could see 2 feet of snow.(ABC News) Several storm systems will bring 2 to 5 inches of rain to the Northwest, while the mountains could see 2 feet of snow.