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Heavy rain in the Central U.S.; Unseasonable Warmth in the East

Imelda remnants swept up with a cold front will produce heavy rain that could cause flash flooding from portions of the South Plains to the Great Lakes. Lorena remnants combined with a cold front will bring thunderstorms with heavy rain, and some severe storms with hail and damaging winds to Arizona Monday. Strong winds in northern California will bring increasing fire weather threats on Monday. Read More >

Warming trend through mid week with the next chance for storms mainly for eastern counties into central and south central Kansas for Monday evening into Tuesday morning.
A more seasonable night in store heading into the first day of fall with overnight lows in the 50s under clear skies and light winds.
Over night marks the Autumnal Equinox at 2:50 AM marking the start of Fall just in time for the cooler, more seasonable temperatures to start the week, but a warm up is in store over the next few days.