Tuesday may be the first day of September, but it will feel more like July in much of the country. Highs in the low to mid 90s will be common from the central and southern Plains across the southeast and into the mid-Atlantic. Highs over 100 will be common in the desert southwest. The hot weather is expected to continue in many areas through the Labor Day weekend.
River levels and flood conditions.
Current obserations from NOAA's geostationary satellites.
Observed precipitation over a 24 hour period
Snow analyses for water equivalent, depth, snowpack temperature, and snow melt.
Upper air observations from radiosonde stations in North America, Pacific Islands, and Caribbean.
Daily maximum and minimum temperatures, snowfall, and 24-hour precipitation totals, as observed by a network of volunteer observers.
Atmospheric and oceanographic conditions reported from a global network of data collecting buoys.