The risk of thunderstorms packing strong wind gusts, flash flooding and frequent lightning strikes will ramp up in part of the eastern United States into Wednesday.
Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Gulf Cast as a Category 4 storm on Aug. 25, 2017. The storm caused catastrophic damage along the Texas coast, dropping record-breaking rainfall in the affected region.
A system that has a history of producing flooding and violent thunderstorms will threaten an expansive area of the central United States into Monday night.
A line of storms brought damaging winds, possible tornadoes and flooding to areas in eastern Oklahoma on Sunday.