Rain and a thunderstorm from tomorrow morning to late tomorrow night can lead to flooding
Even though the tropical Atlantic is void of organized storms at this time, conditions may again get busy over the next couple of weeks with a few areas of potential development.
Ahead of a sweep of October-like air, damaging thunderstorms, including the risk of tornadoes, will march across the midwestern United States on Thursday afternoon and night.
A former tropical depression will bring needed rainfall, but also a flood risk to the southwestern United States and southern High Plains into Friday.
Forecasters are calling for an excellent fall foliage season in parts of the Northeast this year, thanks to ideal weather conditions over the summer.