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Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

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Flash Flood Concerns in Mid-Atlantic, Severe Weather Threats in Upper Midwest, and Fire Weather in the West - Once again, heavy rain and thunderstorms may produce flash flooding across the Mid-Atlantic region today. Flash flood watches are in effect, which includes the Philadelphia and Washington D.C. metro areas. Meanwhile, severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail are possible from North Dakota into Minnesota. Finally, red flag warnings are in effect across several states in the West. --- Support this podcast:
Severe Weather in the High Plains; Heavy Rain/Flood Concerns in Parts of the East - Isolated strong to severe storms are possible with the possibility of severe gusts and hail from Montana southward through the central High Plains and into portions of the Texas Panhandle. A stationary front may bring the threat of thunderstorms with localized damaging gusts, more heavy rain and flash flooding to the Carolinas and the Mid-Atlantic. --- Support this podcast:
Severe Weather in the Central High Plains; Heavy Rain in the Mid-Atlantic - Strong to severe storms capable of strong wind gusts and large hail are possible over portions of the central High Plains. A stalled front is expected to bring additional showers and flash flooding risks from the northern Mid-Atlantic to the Carolinas through Thursday. Red flag warnings in effect in the Pacific Northwest and the southern Great Basin. --- Support this podcast:
Isaias to Bring Tropical Impacts Along the Eastern Seaboard - Isaias may bring life-threatening storm surge along portions of the immediate coastline and adjacent waterways of the Carolinas. Very heavy rainfall and life-threatening flash and urban flooding are expected along the storm's track up the Eastern Seaboard. A few tornadoes will be possible from the Virginia Tidewater into New England. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical Storm Isaias to Impact the Eastern U.S. Early Tonight - Tropical Storm Isaias will deliver heavy rainfall, flash and urban flooding, high winds, dangerous storm surge, coastal flooding, life-threatening surf, rip currents, and severe thunderstorms with tornadoes to portions of the Eastern U.S. through early this week. Isaias is expected to track from just offshore of northeastern Florida toward coastal South and North Carolina on Monday. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical Storm Isaias to Impact Much of the Eastern U.S. This Week - Tropical Storm Isaias will bring heavy rainfall, flash flooding, high winds, and dangerous storm surge to portions of Florida and points northward into the Carolinas through Monday. Heavy rainfall and flooding will then shift into the Northeast later in the week. Otherwise, severe thunderstorms are possible for parts of the Northeast today, including the New York City area. --- Support this podcast:
Hurricane Isaias Forecast To Impact Eastern Portions Of Florida This Weekend - Hurricane conditions from Isaias are expected along parts of the Florida east coast Saturday afternoon through Sunday, as Hurricane Warnings are in effect. Expect damaging winds, dangerous storm surge, heavy rainfall and isolated flood and urban flooding. Meanwhile, strong to severe thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding are possible from the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys into the Mid-Atlantic. --- Support this podcast:
Isaias May Impact Florida and the Southeast U.S.; Heat Persists in the West - Hurricane Isaias may bring significant impacts to Florida and the Southeast Coast this weekend. A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for portions of the Florida east coast. Elsewhere, heavy rainfall along a stationary front is expected from the Lower Mississippi Valley to the Appalachians, with possible flooding. Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings remain in effect for much of the West. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical System Moving through the Caribbean; Heavy Rain in the Plains Across the Mid-South; Dangerous Heat in the West - Tropical Storm Isaias is impacting the Greater Antilles. Heavy rain with life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides are expected in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands through Friday. Meanwhile, heavy rain will also be possible in portions of the Plains to the Tennessee Valley. Finally, Excessive heat warnings are in effect for the Northwest and Southwest. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical System to Impact Puerto Rico and USVI Tonight; Heavy Rain in the Plains; Dangerous Heat in the Northwest - A Tropical System is expected to bring tropical-storm-force conditions to Puerto Rico and the USVI beginning Wednesday night. Heavy rain with this system could produce flash flooding and mudslides. Heavy rain will also be possible in the Middle Mississippi Valley and North Plains. Excessive Heat will continue across the interior Northwest, and is forecast for the Southwest later this week. --- Support this podcast:
Heavy Rain in the South Plains; Dry Thunderstorms in the Northwest; Hot in the East - Heavy rain may cause flash flooding across portions of the North High Plains, South Plains, and the Central Gulf Coast. Strong to severe storms in the Mid-Atlantic Mid-Atlantic may also produce locally heavy rainfall. Critical fire weather threats continue in the Northwest include potential dry thunderstorms. Heat and Humidity builds across the East Coast through mid-week. --- Support this podcast:
Douglas Impacting Hawaii; Heavy Rainfall for Parts of the Rockies, Plains, & Midwest - Tropical cyclone Douglas will bring heavy rainfall, high winds, and dangerous surf to parts of Hawaii today. Elsewhere, heavy rainfall and flash flooding are possible for the Rockies, Plains, & Midwest over the next few days. Critical fire weather conditions are likely for portions of the Great Basin while hot weather will persist in parts of the East, Southwest, and even the Pacific Northwest. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical Systems Will Impact Texas and Hawaii This Weekend - Hanna continues to impact southern Texas. Hurricane Douglas will pass over or near the Hawaiian Islands today. The systems will bring heavy rainfall with flash flooding, strong winds, storm surge, and dangerous surf. Flash flooding is possible from the central High Plains to the Midwest. Heat advisories issued for the Pacific Northwest, New York City metro, and mid-Mississippi Valley. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical Cyclones to Impact Texas and Hawaii this Weekend - Tropical Storm Hanna over the Gulf of Mexico will impact southern Texas, and Major Hurricane Douglas over the Central Pacific is expected to move near or over portions of the Hawaiian Islands this weekend. Both will bring gusty winds, heavy rain and flash flooding. Dangerous, life-threatening surf threatens Hawaii, and there is a danger of life-threatening storm surge along the Texas coast. --- Support this podcast:
Tropical Cyclones to Impact western Gulf Coast and Hawaii this Weekend - Tropical Depression Hanna over the Gulf Of Mexico could impact portions of Texas while Major Hurricane Douglas over the eastern Pacific is expected to move near or over portions of the Hawaiian Islands this weekend. Both could bring tropical storm conditions including gusty winds, heavy rain and possible flash flooding. Heat, severe thunderstorm and flooding risks scattered across the lower 48. --- Support this podcast:
Scattered Severe Thunderstorms; Tropical Disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico - Strong to severe thunderstorms possible across parts of the northern Mid-Atlantic and southern New England, as well as over the northern Plains and northern Rockies/High Plains. There is a Critical Risk over parts of the Great Basin. A disturbance over the Gulf Of Mexico will aid in triggering showers and thunderstorms over the Gulf coast States through Friday evening. --- Support this podcast:
Risk of Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Over the Central and Eastern U.S.; Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the West - A front over the Upper Midwest to the Central High Plains will move slowly eastward during the next couple of days. Strong to severe thunderstorms and the risk of flash flooding will be possible along and ahead of the front. Meanwhile, critical fire weather conditions will persist in much of the Great Basin and Southwest. The tropics also remain active in both the Atlantic and Pacific basins. --- Support this podcast:
Heat Persists Across Much of the Eastern U.S.; Scattered Strong Storms in the Plains, Mississippi Valley, & Ohio Valley - Hot temperatures with dangerous heat indices will continue early this week over much of the eastern U.S. Otherwise, scattered strong to severe thunderstorms capable of large hail and damaging winds are expected over portions of the Plains, Mississippi Valley, and Ohio Valley into Tuesday. Locally heavy rainfall is also possible in these areas. --- Support this podcast:
Heat Persists in the East; Severe Weather and Flash Flooding in the Northern Plains - Severe storms capable of large hail and damaging wind are possible Monday across parts the Dakotas and Nebraska. Flash flooding is capable across parts of the Northern Plains to Upper Mississippi Valley, and parts of the Central Plains to Middle Mississippi Valley. Dangerous heat will persist over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. --- Support this podcast:
Severe Storms in the Great Lakes; Heat Building in the East and Southwest -  A well organized cluster of showers and thunderstorms will move across the Great Lakes today with potential for large hail, significant damaging winds, a few tornadoes, and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding. Isolated storms may also develop across the Plains. Excessive heat will build into the Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic through early next week; and portions of the Southwest on Sunday. --- Support this podcast:
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