Severe weather is erupting across central parts of the United States and will continue into Wednesday night.
Wet weather will keep extreme temperatures at bay in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic this summer, while California faces a high risk for wildfires.
Damaging winds, flash flooding and the risk of tornadoes will sweep from the Plains through the middle and lower Mississippi Valley into Wednesday night.
Violent storms and flash flooding will target the south-central United States from late Friday through Sunday and may hit some neighborhoods hard in the middle of the night.
Soaking rains winding down in the South will be followed by building heat and then severe storms.
In what could be a volatile end to April, the first of several rounds of severe thunderstorms will ignite over the central United States into Wednesday night.
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!