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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Sunday 4 June

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Sunday 4 June


  • Showers, thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall continue across northeast New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle.
  • Marginal risk of severe thunderstorms across parts of the southern Appalachians and south Texas today.
  • Tropical Depression Arlene dissipated yesterday north of Cuba. It is no longer an active weather system.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Saturday 3 June

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Saturday 3 June


  • Tropical Storm Arlene, about 200 mile west of Key West, is moving southeast, weakening, and poses no threat.
  • Persistent pattern of showers, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall will continue across many locations of the Plains and Rockies through the weekend.
  • Marginal risk of severe thunderstorms across parts of the central Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic region today.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Friday 2 June

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Friday 2 June


  • Tropical Depression 02, 300 miles west of the Florida Gulf Coast, is moving south and poses no threat to land.
  • Strong to severe thunderstorms across western Texas today. Flash flooding, very large hail and a couple of tornadoes possible.
  • Heavy rains may result in some flooding over parts of Montana and Wyoming through Saturday.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Thursday 1 June

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Thursday 1 June


  • Strong to severe thunderstorms across the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles today and western Texas Friday. Flash flooding, large hail and a couple of tornadoes possible.
  • Watching a weak low pressure system over the northeast Gulf of Mexico for possible tropical development on this first day of the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
  • Heavy rains may result in some flooding over parts of Montana and Wyoming through late Friday night.

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Four things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Wednesday 31 May

Four things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Wednesday 31 May


  • Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of damaging wind gusts, hail, and flash flooding will continue in the afternoons and into the nights across the central and southern High Plains.
  • Watching an area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms over the central Gulf of Mexico for possible tropical development.
  • Scattered showers and thunderstorms, with locally heavy amounts possible, are expected over the Florida Peninsula.
  • Heavy rains may result in some flooding over parts of Montana and Wyoming starting Thursday.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Tuesday 30 May

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Tuesday 30 May


  • Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms capable of damaging winds, large hail, and isolated flash flooding will be possible across parts of the Plains through Wednesday.
  • Strong winds likely Wednesday in southwest New Mexico.
  • Heavy rains may result in some flooding in the northern High Plains starting Thursday.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Memorial Day, Monday 29 May

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Memorial Day, Monday 29 May


  • Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of strong gusts, hail, and isolated flash flooding will be possible across parts of the Plains.
  • Increased flash flood risk today and Tuesday over the Sierra Nevada for heavy rain showers falling on top of melting snow and saturated ground.
  • Slow-moving low pressure system will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms across the Mid-Atlantic.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Sunday 28 May

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Sunday 28 May


  • Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms are possible again across much of the western Plains this afternoon and evening.
  • Rain, some heavy, today and Monday over the Mid-Atlantic region and central Appalachians.
  • Strong to marginally severe thunderstorms creep eastward across the northern and central Plains Monday and Tuesday.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Saturday 27 May

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Saturday 27 May


  • Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms are possible again across much of the High Plains this afternoon and evening.
  • Heavy rains from thunderstorms over the northern High Plains and southern Plains may produce areas of flooding today.
  • A non-tropical low along the coast of the southeastern U.S. will produce gusty winds, heavy rain, dangerous surf, and rip current conditions through Sunday. While this system is not classified as a low-end tropical storm, it may feel like one.

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Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Friday 26 May

Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Friday 26 May


  • Stormy weekend conditions for the Carolinas – especially on and near the coasts. Although not classified as a tropical storm – it will feel like one.
  • Greatest risk of severe thunderstorms today will be along the New Mexico – Texas border; severe thunderstorms may occur over the High Plains from Canada to Mexico.
  • Many streams and rivers in the West are approaching their peak runoffs; be careful if camping this holiday weekend near a creek and monitor local flood warnings.

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