The map below hones in on the mid-Atlantic states as the area for the severe weather today, but anywhere along the Eastern Seaboard is fair game for severe weather.
Soundings out of Dullas show quite a bit of shear to support storms that could rotate and produce a few tornadoes. I do think the main impacts today will be the heavy rain and flooding, as well as damaging wind gusts produced by the storms.
The event will happen quickly today as storms race along at 50 mph. So between the midday and late afternoon is when the storms will occur. By evening, most are racing off the coast.
Heavy storms today with hail and strong winds. Storm brings potential outbreak this weekend.
The pattern through the weekend with the potential for tornadoes.
It's the start of severe weather season, and while the number of tornadoes is low, we may see an increase in the number.
Severe storms return to the Plains this week. Wednesday could be the big day with tornadoes into the Plains.
A severe weather pattern develops next week in the Plains. Storms possible in the mid-Atlantic.
Nasty weather coming to the Plains next week and beyond.