1. I am getting more impressed by the chance of severe weather across the Northeast for Thursday. The models seem to be catching on to the strength of the low-level jet and the 300 mb jet as well. Given the extensive heat and humidity ahead of the front, a line of storms should develop along the front with wind damage and hail the main impacts.
2. The two tropical storms will stay in the Atlantic the next couple of days. Bermuda and Atlantic Canada will be impacted by Gabby: Bermuda late today and Wednesday and Atlantic Canada this weekend.
Ingrid may develop in the Gulf of Mexico, but it appears that if the storm develops, South Texas and Mexico would be impacted.
The heat is on from the Plains into the East.
The storms will continue around the edge of the heat wave.
Severe storms will be moving around the ridge of high pressure whish is producing the high heat.
Heat wave will build in the Plains as temperatures will hit the 100s. That heat is heading east this weekend.
A cold front moving through the Northeast will bring heavy storms. High heat will build in the Plains and spread across the East.
The stormy weather will remain in the Plains today and probably tomorrow before the heat builds in.