It looks as though the front crossing the middle Mississippi Valley will be able to cause some severe storms tonight after all. That could include some tornadoes. The front may also trigger a few bad storms toward the East Coast tomorrow as well.
The good news is that it looks mostly quiet for a while in the wake of the front, and the air mass behind the front doesn't look terribly cold ... and will mostly be aimed at the eastern part of the country, so it will warm up again quickly in Texas.
Paul is falling apart near Baja California while Rafael is pulling away from Bermuda into the North Atlantic.
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A tornado threat continues into this evening in parts of the Southeast. Storms will parts of the Southeast again tomorrow. After that, storms become more of a concern west of the Mississippi.
The front leading the next hyped cool shot into the Southeast will push through Sunday through Monday with some nasty thunderstorms for some. Look for the front to get stuck in Texas and Florida next week.
One front moving in is causing some rough weather in the Southeast today. Look for more big storms as another cool front moves in early next week, leading more unusual cool south.
High heat has a foothold west of the Mississippi but will struggle to surge east. Eventually, the heat will get beaten down even in much of Texas.
We're returning to more typical summertime weather with Texas hot and the Southeast steamy with spotty thunderstorms. The tropics remain quiet except for Wali's remains affecting Hawaii.
As the wet weather shifts east, the heat will build back west of the Mississippi again ... not that it won't warm back up in the Southeast, too. The tropics remain quiet except out by Hawaii.