There will be no rest for storm-weary residents of the midwestern United States as additional bouts of thunderstorms threaten to cause more damage into Saturday.
Severe storms will spread a widespread swath of damaging winds and raise the risk of flooding across the midwestern United States into Thursday morning.
Rounds of heavy, gusty and locally severe thunderstorms will ride the rim of heat and roll across portions of the northeastern United States into this weekend.
Unrelenting rounds of severe weather will sweep across the midwestern United States, enhancing the threat of significant flash flooding and wind damage through the end of the week.
The risk of isolated flash flooding, wildfires and dust storms will continue in Arizona and other parts of the western United States as the monsoon continues.
Additional rounds of thunderstorms will take aim at the Upper Midwest this week, threatening to turn severe and further heightening the flash flood danger.
A stationary front has moved in to bring thunderstorms and relief from the heat, but the relief will be temporary.
Following sunshine and a much-needed break from flooding rainfall, severe thunderstorms will return to the Upper Midwest to close out Saturday.