- A lingering front will continue to focus severe storms from Texas to the Southeast. Very large hail, damaging winds, and locally excessive rain will be the primary threats.
- Strong winds this afternoon and evening in the Northwest and Southwest.
- An long-lived squall line moves today from Wisconsin into Ohio and on Wednesday from Pennsylvania and New York to the Atlantic coast.
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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.
— Portions of central and south-central WA; north-central OR: Wind Advisories late this morning through tonight. Gusts 50-55 mph. I-82, I-84, I-90, US-97, US-395 impacted.
— Portions of east-central CO from Colorado Springs to east and northeast of Denver: FLOOD WARNINGS and Watches through this evening. Heavy rains yesterday of 2-3.5 inches have causes creeks and streams to leave their banks. The Bijou Creek in particular is now flooding. Any additional rain today from showers or thunderstorms will worsen the situation. I-25, I-70, I-76 potentially impacted.
— Central, south-central and southeast NM; far west TX: Strong winds this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts 30-40 mph. I-10, I-25, I-40 impacted.
— Southeast CO and adjacent northeast NM: Strong to isolated severe thunderstorms late this afternoon and evening. Locally damaging winds and large hail are the primary threats. US-50, US-287 potentially impacted.
— Eastern CO: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible on Thursday. I-70, I-76 potentially impacted.
— North-central and northeast TX; south-central and southeast OK; a small portion of southwest AR and northwest LA: Severe Thunderstorm Watch this morning. Hail the size of tennis balls and wind gusts to 65 mph possible. I-20, I-30, I-35, I-45 potentially impacted.
— Southwest KS; OK and northern TX Panhandles: Strong to isolated severe thunderstorms late this afternoon and evening. Locally damaging winds and large hail are the primary threats. US-54, US-83, US-287 potentially impacted.
— North-central and northeast TX; southeast OK; southern and central AR; central and northern LA; most of MS and AL: Organized clusters of thunderstorms may develop and pose a risk for severe wind and hail today and tonight. A tornado or two cannot be ruled out. I-10, I-20, I-30, I-35, I-45, I-49, I-55, I-59, I-65, I-85 potentially impacted.
— Southern AR; northern LA; much of MS and AL; western FL Panhandle: Thunderstorms capable of producing very large, damaging hail and severe wind gusts are possible Wednesday. I-10, I-20, I-49, I-55, I-59, I-65, I-85 potentially impacted.
— Much of NE except northwest portion of state; KS and adjacent northern OK: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible on Thursday. I-29, I-35, I-44, I-70, I-80 potentially impacted.
— Southern MS; southern AL; western FL Panhandle: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible on Thursday. I-10, I-20, I-55, I-59, I-65 potentially impacted.
— Northern and central coastal ME: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-95, US-1 impacted.
— Much of WI; northwest IL; much of IN, OH and western PA: Squally weather with wind gusts of 30-40 mph and periods of heavy rain and embedded thunderstorms roll counter-clockwise through this region starting in WI this morning and reaching western PA by evening. While the thunderstorms and winds will likely not reach severe levels, be aware of these storms whether you are traveling or camping.
— NY; PA; NJ; MD; WV; DC; DE; northern VA: The same system mentioned above will be in western NY, western PA, western MD and western WV early Wednesday morning, and make its way through NY and to the eastern seaboard by Wednesday evening. Storms will likely weaken throughout Wednesday, but could still produce heavy rains and wind gusts in excess of 30 mph.
— Central and southern GA: Organized clusters of thunderstorms may develop and pose a risk for severe wind and hail today and tonight. I-16, I-75, I-85, I-95 potentially impacted.
— Central and southern GA: Thunderstorms capable of producing very large, damaging hail and severe wind gusts are possible Wednesday. I-20, I-55, I-59, I-65, I-85, I-95 potentially impacted.
— Southern GA and northern FL: Strong to severe thunderstorms possible on Thursday. I-10, I-75, I-95 potentially impacted.
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