Jul 2, 2015; 4:37 PM ET Storms throughout Georgia and the Florida panhandle are capable of producing damaging winds and lots of lightning as they move eastward.
The same front that brought gusty thunderstorms and tornado reports across Missouri Wednesday will once again spark severe weather from the Plains to the Tennessee Valley into Thursday night and beyond.
July Fourth will be stormy from the central Plains to the central Appalachians, while clear skies are in store for much of the West, Midwest and New England.
Severe storms plowed across Missouri on Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.
The world may see an increase of intense downpours that contribute to flash flooding, new research says.
Following two months of excessive rainfall and more rain in the offing in the coming days, flooding problems will continue along some of the major rivers in the Midwest into July.
The excessive rainfall that deluged the southern Plains during spring and into summer may set the stage for a boom in mosquito populations and possible cases of West Nile Virus this summer.