Odile will bring flooding rains to parts of Arizona and New Mexico over the next three days, but most of the rest of the country will rather quiet weather.
Much of the country from the Plains to the East Coast will have several more days of very cool weather. Meanwhile, Odile is threatening Arizona and New Mexico with flooding rains later this week.
A strong storm in Quebec combined with a very large high near Montana will result in sweeping changes across the Ohio Valley into the mid-Atlantic and Northeast in the next 24 hours.
The latest surge of heat and humidity into the Midwest will spread to the East tomorrow but be trimmed back to the South later this weekend by the passage of a cold front.
Summer's heat and humidity will still have a period of time to sizzle the rest of the week into the start of the weekend, but a fall-like air mass will invade the northern Plains and Midwest this weekend.
Even though fall is but three weeks away, summer heat and humidity will have a full run this week from the Plains to the East Coast.
The steamy weather from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast today will be trimmed only slightly behind a cold front tomorrow into Wednesday. It will heat up again late this week.
Summer's heat and humidity will expand into the East over the Labor Day weekend, while at the same time it turns cooler from the Northwest to the northern Plains.
A series of cold fronts will impact the weather now through the weekend, largely across the northern half of the country.