National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Very Warm & Dry Across the West; Turning Quite Cool Over Much of the Eastern U.S.

Unusually warm temperatures and continued dry conditions will again result in critical fire weather conditions over portions of California and the Plains. Over the eastern states, much cooler air will return in the wake of a strong cold front. Meanwhile, areas of heavy rainfall are expected to persist over South Florida through at least Saturday. Read More >

 Today's Weather Impact Levels (click on specific hazard for details)
Lightning
Tornado
Wind
Hail
Flood
Heat/Cold
Visibility
Rip Current
Waves
 
Lightning

 
Tornado

 
Wind

 
Hail

 
Flooding

 
Heat/Cold

 
Visibility
 
 
Rip Current

 
Seas/Waves


Lightning_code  

Tornado_code  

Wind_code  

Hail_code  

Flood_code  

Temperature_code

Visibility_code

RipCurrent_code  

Wave_code  

 Extreme Temperature Hazard
About Frost/Freeze
About Heat Index or Wind Chill
Current Temperature Analysis
Current Heat Index or Wind Chill
 Legend
None No extreme temperatures.
Slight Apparent temperature 36 to 45 degrees or 100 to 104 degrees possible.
Moderate Apparent temperature less than 35 degrees or 105 to 109 degrees possible.
High Ambient temperature below 32 degrees or apparent temperature 110 or greater possible.
  Temperature Impact Statement


For additional hazard information, view the full Hazardous Weather Outlook text. During a tropical cyclone situation, view the Hurricane Local Statement for additional hazard details.