1. The remains of Dorian are sitting off the coast of Florida this morning. While the system has a small chance of redeveloping, it's not going to impact the U.S. coast other than a few showers right along the Florida beaches. Eventually, the trough will pick up the system and take it out to sea.
2. We remain in a low NAO which means the trough will stay in the East, and the storms will remain in the Plains while the heat run up against the west side of the trough. Some areas of the Plains will get severe weather in the form of damaging winds, hail and even a few tornadoes.
More showers and thunderstorms this weekend which can produce heavy rains again.
A system that started in the Gulf of Mexico is coming northeast and will bring a swath of heavy rains.
A tropical low coming Northeast will produce a corridor of heavy rains.
Storms will fire over the High Plains today. Later this week, heavy rains may come north.
Severe storms will hit areas from Pennsylvania to New Jersey today. The storms will be packing high winds.
The heat is on from the Plains into the East.