Short range weather overview a.m. Monday 24 May 2021

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Severe storms with large hail, severe gusts, and locally heavy rain may develop in the South and Central Plains. Continued heavy rain on saturated soils will prolong threat of flash flooding along the Texas Gulf Coast. Snow ends over the MT and WY Rockies.

— Northwest MT and Central MT: Winter weather advisories through midday today. Snow levels generally 5000-6000 feet. 2-4 inches accumulation at pass level.

— Northwest WY, particularly the Wind River and Absaroka Ranges: Snow showers today above 6000-7000 feet with several inches accumulation possible, including the higher passes. Currently no advisories issued.

— Northwest ND: Wind Advisories this afternoon and evening. Gusts to 50 mph.

— Eastern NE, western KS, OK and TX Panhandles, western TX: Slight risk of severe thunderstorms producing large hail and high wind gusts this afternoon and evening. I-20, I-27, I-40, I-70, I-80 potentially impacted.

— Central TX Gulf Coast and portions of southeast TX: Flash Flood Advisories through this evening. I-10 potentially impacted.

— Southeast WI, northeast IL, northwest IN: Dense Fog Advisories through midmorning. I-65, I-80, I-90, I-94 impacted.

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