A Bermuda High has set up over the eastern part of the country and that means hot and humid weather with thunderstorms developing here and there. The map below shows the most concentrated area of thunderstorms today in the Midwest. Storms in any area can produce locally heavy rains and gusty winds, especially in the Midwest.
The GFS has been indicating the chance of a tropical system in the Gulf. I think it's a long shot that it will happen. Most likely, we will go into a quiet period of tropical activity until August when all heck will break out and we are off to the races with storm after storm through September.
Tornadoes may hit the lower Mississippi Valley today as our Spring-like storm heads northeast.
The storm this weekend will produce nasty weather and may cause damage from severe storms and flooding.
Storm this weekend will produce a whole bunch of bad weather.
The storm this weekend will produce severe storms, flooding and possibly heavy snow.
Snow for New England today into tonight. The weekend storm will be a wild one.
A clipper will bring snow to New England. A storm this weekend will produce severe weather and snow.