Travel & RV Weather Forecast Sunday 31 July


  • Heavy rains return to southern and southeast Kentucky today and Monday.
  • Locally heavy monsoon rains and flash flooding will extend from interior southern California, through the Southwest and Four Corners region.
  • Heat wave impacts the Northwestern U.S.through Monday.

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Pacific:

— WA and northern OR east of the Cascades; southwest OR and interior northern CA; the greater Portland and Seattle regions; northern ID: Excessive Heat Warnings through Monday. High temperatures will range from 95-110 deg F. I-5, I-82, I-84, I-90 impacted.

— Southern CA mountains (north of the 10) and southeast CA, including the Mojave Desert: Flood Watches through this evening. Flash Flooding from heavy monsoon thunderstorms possible. Be very careful near normally dry washes and low-water crossings. I-5, I-10, I-15, I-40, CA-58 potentially impacted.

— Central, east-central and northeast NV: Flood Watch Monday for flash flooding generated by heavy thunderstorms. Localized rain amounts could reach 1-2 inches. I-80, US-50 potentially impacted.

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Mountain:

— Southwest ID Treasure Valley and Weiser River Basin: Excessive Heat Warning through Monday evening. High temperatures 104-109 deg F. I-84 impacted.

— Portions of west-central and north-central NM: Flood Watches through early Sunday morning for slow-moving monsoonal thunderstorms. Be very careful near normally dry washes, slot canyons and low-water crossings. I-25 potentially impacted.

Central:

Central and southeast MN; adjacent west-central WI: Severe thunderstorms possible this afternoon and evening. Damaging winds and large hail are the primary threats. I-35, I-90, I-94 potentially impacted.

Much of KY along and east of I-65 and south of I-64: Flood Warnings, Watches and Advisories this morning through Monday. Additional rounds of heavy rain falling at 1-2 inches per hour may lead to areas of new flash flooding or worsen areas already hard it. Avoid camping near streams and rivers; do not drive through or across flooded roads and please follow directions of local emergency management officials. I-65, I-75 potentially impacted.

Eastern:

Southern VA; most of NC: Isolated severe thunderstorms possible late this afternoon and tonight. Damaging wind gusts and a tornado or two are possible. I-26, I-40, I-74, I-77, I-85, I-95 potentially impacted.


Severe Weather and Tropical Watches and Warnings

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#SPC_Tornado_Watch for the latest Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm WATCHES

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NWS_Tornado_Warning for the latest Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, and Flash Flood WARNINGS.

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NHC_Hurricane_Advisory for the latest Tropical system WARNINGS and information.



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