- 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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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. Please check out the animations and graphics for a good depiction of the weather along your route.
— No significant impacts to RV travel today or Sunday.
— Eastern CO and eastern NM: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening. Damaging winds and hail are the primary threats. Chance of a tornado over southeast CO. I-40, I-70, I-76 potentially impacted.
— Northeast CO: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of producing hail and gusty winds possible Monday afternoon and evening. I-70, I-76 potentially impacted.
— Far-eastern CO: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of strong gusts and sporadic hail will be possible Tuesday. I-70 potentially impacted.
— Far-eastern ND; west-central and northern MN: Red Flag (fire danger) Warnings this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts to 30 mph. I-29, I-35, I-94 impacted.
— Southwest NE, south of I-80 and near the CO and KS borders, including Imperial NE: FLASH FLOOD and FLOOD WARNINGS this morning. 5-9 inches have rain have already fallen, and up to another inch of rain may fall. US-6, US-34, NE-61 impacted.
— Central and western SD; central and western NE; western KS; OK and TX Panhandles; much of western TX: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening. Damaging winds and hail are the primary threats. Chance of an isolated tornado over western KS; the OK Panhandle and the northern TX Panhandle. I-10, I-20, I-27, I-40, I-70, I-80, I-90 potentially impacted.
— South-central ND; most of SD; north-central and western NE: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of producing hail and gusty winds possible Monday afternoon and evening. I-80, I-90 potentially impacted.
— West-central and southwest MN; northwest IA; eastern and south-central SD; northeast, central and southwest NE; western and north-central KS; OK Panhandle: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms capable of strong gusts and sporadic hail will be possible Tuesday. I-29, I-70, I-80, I-90, I-94 potentially impacted.
— Portion of northwest MS: Flash Flood Watch through mid-June for potential failure of Arkabutla Dam on the Coldwater River. I-55 potentially impacted.
— Western NC: Slight risk of flash flooding today and tonight. Low pressure off Myrtle Beach SC moves onshore and may produce up to 1-3 inches of rain over western NC. I-26, I-40 potentially impacted.
— Much of VA; southern WV; far-eastern KY: The low pressure now near Myrtle Beach SC will produce 1-2 inches of rain today and Monday, leading to a marginal risk of some isolated flooding, especially over southern and southwest VA. I-64, I-74, I-77, I-81, I-85, I-95 potentially impacted.
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Current Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado Watches from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center
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