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Severe Thunderstorms Possible From The Plains To The Midwest And Mid Atlantic Early This Week

The threat for severe thunderstorms will continue Monday and Tuesday from the central and southern Plains to portions of the Midwest, Ohio Valley, and Mid Atlantic region. Some of the storms could contain damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes. Heavy rainfall could also lead to flash flooding of low lying areas. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Jun. 17, 2019 at 6:25:51 am PDT

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Thunderstorms will be the main weather threat for the next couple of days. Expect more widespread coverage of storms south of Interstate 80 Sunday with some storms possible north of the Interstate. Coverage of storms will generally be south of US Highway 50 on Monday. Typical hazards can be expected with these storms: gusty outflow winds and dust, small hail, lightning, and heavy rains. Debris flows could be a concern near burn scars. Be sure to watch for thunderstorms and heed any statements from the National Weather Service.
Thunderstorms are likely once again today, but the focus will mainly shift south of US-50. Typical threats can be expected including localized heavy rain, lightning, small hail, and gusty and erratic winds. A stray storm is possible Tuesday as well over the high terrain of southern Mono County. Otherwise, a warming and drying trend will take place through Wednesday with high temperatures peaking about 10 degrees above normal. This will keep rivers running high with localized minor flooding for the Walker and Humboldt Rivers. Don’t like the heat? Well, not to worry, a cool down is expected by the end of the week with high temps 5-10 degrees below normal by Friday. Ahead of this, winds will be increasing Wednesday through Friday, with the strongest winds likely on Thursday. Fire danger will be increasing given the dry conditions and gusty winds, and area lakes will be rather choppy.


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