The same disturbance responsible for severe weather in the Plains Sunday continues to push through the Midwest towards the Northeast.
The Midwest is the target for severe weather this labor Day Monday.
Severe thunderstorms swept the Northern Plains Sunday and will likely reappear this afternoon from the Southern Plains to the Midwest.
Low pressure located over the southeast Bay of Campeche could evolve into a tropical cyclone within the next 24 to 48 hours. East Pacific development is possible also.
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