There's a lot of weather to talk about down south this week, from heavy rains to drought, and hot and quiet weather to severe thunderstorms and tornadoes!
Flooding rain will crawl across the southeastern United States through Monday with parts of the Carolinas bracing for major flooding.
The potential for damaging thunderstorms and flooding downpours will target parts of the South into Saturday evening.
Concern is mounting for a significant severe weather event to threaten the south-central United States in the final days of April.
Warm followed by storms followed by cooler followed by warmer followed by storms; you get a little of everything down south this time of year.
Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding will focus on portions of Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas through Friday night.
A potent storm will threaten parts of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania with dangerous and damaging weather conditions into Thursday night.
Severe thunderstorms will once again target the central Plains into Wednesday night.