An active weather pattern is shaping up for much of the county this week, including a tropical threat along the Southeast Coast, and plenty of summer warmth.
The weather overall is rather quiet now, and it will be warm in much of the country. Be on the lookout for tropical development next week, and for severe weather to break out on the Plains.
While snow flurries were seen in Pennsylvania and New Jersey last week, an area of disturbed weather may develop in the Bahamas next week; this is weeks ahead of the start of the Atlantic hurricane season.
A southern stream storm will move off the Carolina coast tomorrow night, keeping the Northeast largely dry. Most of the rest of the country will have a quiet stretch of weather the rest of the week.
The upper-level low in New Mexico that sparked all of the severe weather in Texas Sunday will roll slowly eastward, spreading rain and strong to severe thunderstorms out ahead of it the next 24 to 48 hours.
Another strong cold front charging across the Appalachians this afternoon will bring the coolest air to the East Coast for the remainder of the week into the weekend.
Strong thunderstorms erupted ahead of a cold front yesterday, signifying a change to a cooler weather pattern from the northern and central Plains to the East Coast.
A cold front is moving across the Great Lakes, the Ohio and Tennessee valleys and the Deep South today. Behind it, much cooler air will move in and stay for a spell from the northern Plains to the East Coast.
Most of the country will be milder than average this week, but in the South, it will be quite wet, with multiple events leading to several inches of rain.
In the wake of the storm and cold front that set off the severe weather yesterday, most of the country will have a mild, quiet start to the weekend.