1. By Wednesday, Tropical Storm Arthur should be sitting off the Southeast coast. The storm track will go up and over the Outerbanks and curve Northeast out to sea. Impacts will be heavy rains, wind gusts to 50 mph and coastal flooding for eastern North Carolina. There is the slight chance that the storm will become a minimal hurricane.
2. Day 2 of the severe weather will occur from Ontario to Ohio, western New York/Pennsylvania. A line of storms will develop that will produce wind damage and a few tornadoes.
A cold front will produce severe storms across the Midwest Saturday. Odile's remains will bring more flooding problems.
Heavy rains from Odile will spread across southern New Mexico into Texas. Flash flooding may occur.
Dangerous flooding will occur as Odile heads into southern Arizona.
Odile will bring some serious flooding to parts of Arizona into New Mexico.
Flash flooding will be the big story across the Southwest this week.
Low over Florida will drift into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Slow development possible.