US National Weather Service (weather.gov)
Scattered severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday and Tuesday night across portions of the southern Great Plains. Large to very large hail, excessive rainfall which may lead to areas of flash flooding
Northeast flow continues to prevail across the area to start out the week. It will be a bit breezy at times with 15 to 25 mph gusts. With how dry things have been lately, be careful with any flames.
Here's the weather snapshot for Sunday: A strong storm out West with cold temperatures, mountain snow and fire weather conditions - Ahead of this system, some severe storms expected for the High Plains
A strong and cool western system will bring showers, locally heavy, high elevation snow, and gusty winds with areas of critical fire weather. Flash flooding will be possible in parts of west Texas and New Mexico.
Locally heavy rainfall may produce flooding in parts of Florida, near the Upper Great Lakes, Great Basin and New Mexico. Heavy snow is expected in parts of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Here's a look at forecast high temperatures for Saturday: It's going to be mild and warm with perhaps a few record highs in the mid-section of the U.S.
Updated information on drought conditions that have recently developed in portions of our forecast area
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