Now that we are done with the storms in the East, we move back to the Plains for the next round of severe weather.
Complex situation today with leftover storms this morning followed by another round this afternoon that can produce tornadoes and damaging winds.
A storm will produce severe weather and coastal high winds. Expect tornadoes, wind damage, flooding and coastal winds to 50 mph.
A severe weather event will unfold Wednesday and Thursday across the Midwest to he Mid-Atlantic. Wind damage and tornadoes will be the main impacts. Flash flooding too.
Heavy storms with gusty winds and heavy rains will hit the East today. A complex of storms will develop in the Midwest and roar across the Ohio Valley into the mid-Atlantic Wed/Thurs.
While Andrea produces heavy rains and flooding up the I-95 corridor, the severe weather and tornadoes will return to the Plains this weekend.
TS Andrea will come up the coast with heavy rains and gusty winds. Florida to Maine will get hit in some way by the storm.
The tropical system coming up the coast will produce wind gusts over 40 mph and heavy rains from Florida to Cape Cod. Severe weather stays in the Plains.
The system in the Gulf is trying to get its act together. Heavy rains still look like the main problem. Severe storms in the High Plains Hit Oklahoma City Again.
A system in the Gulf continues to slowly develop. It will move up to Florida and off the SE coast. More storms for the Plains including Oklahoma.