The same storm responsible for severe weather in the central United States into Thursday will swing into the Northeast on Friday.
A storm system will continue its trek eastward and raise the risk of severe thunderstorms in the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley Thursday afternoon and evening.
The central United States will not catch a break from severe weather as potentially damaging thunderstorms threaten to erupt daily through at least midweek.
Severe thunderstorms erupting across the central United States will threaten flooding near the border of Oklahoma and Texas into Saturday night.
Locally heavy storms will threaten outdoor plans, slow travel and may cause damage in portions of the northeastern US into Saturday evening.
Relief from the heat wave in eastern Europe is on the way, but first the area will endure potentially damaging thunderstorms.
The stormy pattern that has unleashed unusually heavy rainfall across the southern United States since the beginning of August will continue through early this week.