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Another Day with Flood Potential in the Central U.S, Fire Weather Threats in the West, and Heat in the South

Typical summer-time weather conditions have settled in across much of the U.S. with slow moving frontal systems producing heavy rain in the Central U.S. and high pressure producing excessive heat in the South. In the West, a frontal system is keeping winds gusty and producing elevated-to-critical fire weather conditions from the Central Great Basin to the Plains. Read More >

Downbursts ("Straight-Line" Winds)
Winter March April May
June July August Autumn

 

Large Hail
Winter March April May
June July August Autumn

 

   Tornadoes
             
Winter Spring
             
Summer Autumn

 

                    An (hopefully useful) explanation of these maps.

Interactive Historical Tornado Track Map for the Carolinas & Northeast Georgia