- Severe thunderstorms, associated with wind damage, large hail and perhaps a couple of tornadoes, will be possible from parts of Iowa and Minnesota into the mid Mississippi Valley through tonight.
- High winds over southeast Wyoming today, especially this morning.
- Wildfire smoke returns to the Northern Plains, northern New York, and northern New England Sunday.
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From the RV Weather Summer Office in Moose Wyoming:
These are the most significant weather impacts to RV travel over the next two to three days. I do not list every area of rain, showers, or breezy winds. (It would be exhausting for both of us!). Please check out the animations and graphics for a good depiction of the weather along your route.
— North-central WA: Flood Watch late this morning through this evening. Potential for heavy rain from slow-moving thunderstorms and flooding, especially over burn scars. US-97 potentially impacted.
— North-central NV: FLOOD WARNINGS for portions of the Humbolt River along I-80. Secondary roads immediately off I-80 may be flooded or will shortly flood.
— Southern CA coast north of Santa Barbara: Wind Advisory this evening through early Sunday morning. Gusts 40-50 mph. US-101, CA-1 impacted.
— Central, southeast and east-central MT and adjacent north-central WY: Flood Watches continue through late tonight. While the heaviest rainfall has ended, an additional one-half to one inch of rain could fall on top of already saturated ground. I-90, I-94 potentially impacted.
— South-central MT: Winter Weather Advisory continues through midday today above 9500 feet for the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains. Total snowfall of 3-6 inches is possible. This region includes the Beartooth Highway.
— Southeast MT; north-central, northeast and east-central WY: Isolated severe thunderstorms possible Monday. I-25, I-90 potentially impacted.
— Southeast WY: High Wind Warnings and Watches continue through midday today. Wind gusts to 65 mph. These will be head or tail winds along I-80 and cross winds for I-25. I-25, I-80 impacted.
— Southwest and central UT; east-central AZ and west-central NM: Strong winds Sunday afternoon, mostly along the I-15 corridor in UT and the I-40 corridor in AZ and NM. Wind gusts 30-35 mph. I-15, I-25, I-40, I-70 impacted.
— Southeast NM: Excessive Heat Warning through Tuesday evening. High temperatures 112-116 deg F.
— Southeast NM Sacramento Foothills and Guadalupe Mountains: Red Flag (fire danger) Warnings this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts to 30 mph.
— Southeast AZ: Excessive Heat Watch Monday morning through Tuesday evening below 6000 feet. Temperatures 103-113 deg. I-10, I-19 impacted.
— Much of eastern and central ND and SD: Strong winds late this afternoon and tonight. Wind gusts 30-45 mph. I-29, I-90, I-94 impacted.
— Northern MN and eastern ND: Moderate to occasionally heavy smoke from Canadian wildfires today.
— Southwest SD and northwest NE: Isolated severe thunderstorms possible Monday. I-90 potentially impacted.
— Central and eastern SD; central and eastern NE; central and eastern IA: Strong winds Sunday morning through early afternoon. Wind gusts 30-40 mph. I-29, I-35, I-80, I-90 impacted.
— Western and central NE: Strong winds this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts 30-40 mph. I-80 impacted.
— Northeast MN; northwest WI: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-35 impacted.
— Southwest MN; portions of far-western IA and adjacent east-central NE: Severe Thunderstorm Watch continues through late this morning. Ping Pong ball sized hail and wind gusts to 75 mph possible. I-29, I-80, I-90 potentially impacted.
— South-central MN; IA; northern and central MO; northwest and west-central IL: Severe thunderstorms, associated with wind damage, isolated large hail and perhaps a tornado or two, will be possible this afternoon and evening. I-29, I-35, I-44, I-55, I-70, I-74, I-80, I-88, I-90 potentially impacted.
— Western KY; far-southern IL; north-central and northwest TN far-southeastern MO: Severe thunderstorms likely on Sunday. Large hail, wind damage and a tornado or two all possible. I-24, I-40, I-55, I-57, I-64, I-71, I-75 potentially impacted.
— Much of IA; northern MO; central IL: Strong winds Sunday afternoon and evening Gusts 30-40 mph. I-29, I-35, I-55, I-57, I-70, I-74, I-80 impacted.
— A portion of southwest, central and north-central TX: Isolated severe thunderstorms late this afternoon and this evening may be accompanied by damaging winds and hail. I-10, I-20 potentially impacted.
— Portions of western, central and southern TX: Excessive Heat Warnings through Tuesday evening. Heat index values will be between 115-119 deg F. I-10, I-20, I-35, I-69 impacted.
— Downeast ME: Dense Fog Advisory this morning. I-95, US-1 impacted.
— Northern NY; northern New England; most all of ME: Moderate to heavy wildfire smoke from Canadian fires likely on Sunday.
— Most of IN; western OH; central and eastern KY; north-central TN: Severe thunderstorms likely on Sunday. Large hail, wind damage and a tornado or two all possible. I-64, I-65, I-70, I-71, I-74, I-75 potentially impacted.
— South-central VA; central NC: Severe thunderstorms expected to develop Monday. Damaging winds and hail are the primary threats. I-40, I-74, I-77, I-85, I-95 potentially impacted.
— Tropical Storm Bret is in the Caribbean Sea and continues to weaken. It will dissipate this weekend south of Jamaica. No threat to the continental U.S.
— Tropical Storm Cindy strengthened slightly overnight. It is now about 600 miles east of the eastern Caribbean islands and is moving to the west-northwest. Maximum sustained winds are 60 mph. Cindy is expected to dissipate by the middle of next week between the Bahamas and Bermuda. There is a chance the storm will re-strengthen once it reaches Bermuda, but even if that happens it should pose no threat to the U.S. Mainland. We’ll monitor this system. No need to change any RV or travel plans.
— You can always click on the last graphic in this forecast for the latest updates from the National Hurricane Center.
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