Short range weather overview a.m. Sunday 30 May 2021

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Severe thunderstorms are possible east of the southern Rockies into adjacent portions of the southern Great Plains, mainly late this afternoon into tonight. An early-season heat event impacts portions of interior CA. Well below average temperatures continue today across the central/southern Plains, as well as the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

— Interior Central and Northern CA: Excessive Heat Warnings through Tuesday. Highs upper 90’s to 108 deg F. I-5 impacted.

— CO Rocky Mountains (higher elevations): Potential for several inches wet snow Monday night. I-70 potentially impacted.

— South-central CO and north-central NM: Flash Flood Watch today for heavy afternoon rainshowers and thunderstorms. I-25 potentially impacted.

— Southeast NM, southwest TX: Severe Thunderstorms probable Monday afternoon and evening. A tornado, very large hail, and severe gusts may accompany the stronger storms. I-10, I-20 potentially impacted.

— Eastern NM, western OK Panhandle, western TX: Slight risk of severe thunderstorms Sunday afternoon and evening. I-20, I-27, I-40 potentially impacted.

—Western OK, northwest TX: Slight risk of flash flooding tonight and Monday morning from clusters of heavy rain showers and thunderstorms. I-27, I-40 potentially impacted.

— Central and east-central SD: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-90 impacted.

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