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Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

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Our daily audio severe weather advisories / alerts are derived directly from the National Weather Service and are issued daily through our podcast. We believe every citizen should own, or be near an active, alarm-ready Weather Radio but we realize that’s not always possible. Stay weather aware at: http://bit.ly/2P4Z8eS Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
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Disturbance Along South Carolina Coast; Severe Storms in Central U.S.; Heat Concerns in the Northeast and Southern Plains - The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure along the coast of South Carolina for tropical or subtropical development. Heavy rain, flooding, and gusty winds are possible along coastal sections of the Carolinas, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast the next dew days. Severe storms are likely today across the Upper Midwest and Central Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms in the Upper Midwest to the Central Plains; Several Areas of Flash Flood Threat Today - Severe thunderstorms producing severe wind, hail, and localized flash flooding, are expected from the northern/central Plains into the Upper Midwest. Excessive rainfall may produce flash flooding today in portions of the Southeast, the Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast. Much of the Southwest and southern California will be hot and dry and Excessive Heat Watches in effect. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms in the Northern Plains; Several Areas of Flash Flood Threat Today - Severe thunderstorms capable of intense damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes are expected from central Montana eastward across the northern Plains and into Minnesota this afternoon into tonight. Excessive rainfall may produce flash flooding today in portions of the northern Plains, east-central Texas into the Southeast U.S. and a portion of the Mid-Atlantic. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Storms Continue in the Northern High Plains; Heavy Rain in the Gulf States - Severe thunderstorms with locally heavy rain could cause flash flooding in the Northern Plains through Tuesday. A stationary front and and a low with possible tropical development is expected to produce heavy rain and flash flooding in the Gulf Coast states. Elevated fire weather threats continue in the Central Great Basin. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Storms in the North Plains; More Rain in the Mississippi Valley; Fire Weather Threats in the West - Fairly typical summer weather continues. Severe storms and heavy rain can be expected along a nearly stationary front in the Northern Plains. Dry conditions combined with gusty winds will produce critical fire weather threats from the Central Great Basin to the Central Rockies. Heavy rain persists from the Mid Mississippi Valley to the Deep South. Meanwhile, dangerous heat continues in the South. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Another Day with Flood Potential in the Central U.S, Fire Weather Threats in the West, and Heat in the South - Typical summer-time weather conditions have settled in across much of the U.S. with slow moving frontal systems producing heavy rain in the Central U.S. and high pressure producing excessive heat in the South. In the West, a frontal system is keeping winds gusty and producing elevated-to-critical fire weather conditions from the Central Great Basin to the Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Flooding continues in the Central U.S.;Critical Fire Weather in the Great Basin - Strong thunderstorms and flash flooding will persist in the mid-Mississippi Valley and extend into portions of the Deep South. Heat Advisories will persist across much of the central and southern Plains and portions of the Gulf Coast. Critical fire weather conditions are forecast for parts of the Great Basin. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Isolated Flash Flooding Threat; Southwest Critical Fire Risk - Intense thunderstorms pose a risk for severe wind gusts, hail, and flash flooding in the Northern Plains. Heavy thunderstorm rain may produce localized flash flooding today from the Mid-Mississippi Valley to the lower Ohio Valley. Fire danger will persist over the Four Corners states to the Southern High Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Widespread Fire Weather Threats; Isolated Strong To Severe Storms - Widespread elevated and critical fire weather threats with isolated dry thunderstorms are likely from a part of California through the Southwest and Four Corners into the south-central High Plains on Monday. Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are expected across the Carolinas and northern Plains, while heavy thunderstorm rain may produce flash flooding in the Mid to Upper Mississippi Valley. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms In Multiple Locations; Fire Weather Out West - Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected on Sunday from the Carolinas into the Ohio Valley and up across the Upper Midwest and northern Plains. These storms will be accompanied by heavy rain and possible flooding. Also, elevated and critical fire weather threats along with isolated dry storms are likely from the Four Corners region into the Great Basin, Southwest and California. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms In the Northeast; Fire Weather Out West - Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds are expected across the Northeast, including the New York City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh metro areas. Meanwhile, heavy rain and flooding is possible from the Ohio Valley to the Mid Mississippi Valley. Finally, elevated and critical fire weather threats along with isolated dry storms are likely from the Great Basin into the Four Corners. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain for the North-Central U.S. Today - An Enhanced Risk for severe thunderstorms including a threat for damaging winds is forecast over southern Wisconsin and into lower Michigan Friday afternoon and evening. Additional strong to severe storms are possible from the Mid Mississippi Valley through the central Plains into the central High Plains. Heavy rain may lead to flash flooding from eastern Iowa to Lake Michigan. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms for the Central U.S.; Heavy Rain over the Central Gulf Coast; Dangerous Heat in the West - Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible across parts of the north-central U.S. Thursday afternoon and evening. Heavy rain may lead to additional flash flooding across portions of southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi through Thursday evening. Dangerous heat continues through Saturday for portions of central and northern California. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Scattered Severe Thunderstorms Possible; Heavy Rain for the Gulf Coast; Dangerous Heat in the West - Marginally severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday across portions of the southeastern U.S., central Plains, southern high Plains, and northern Rockies. Heavy rain may result in flash flooding along portions of the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast Wednesday. A dangerous heat wave is expected to continue through Saturday for much of central and northern California. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Weather in the Southern High Plains; Dangerous Heat in the West - Isolated strong to severe storms will be possible over a portion of the southern Plains Tuesday afternoon. Other strong storms might occur over the Middle Atlantic region and heavy rain may result in flash flooding over the central Appalachians. A dangerous heat wave is forecast this week for much of central and northern California. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Weather in the Southern States; Dangerous Heat in the West - Scattered severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail and heavy rain are likely from the southern Plains into the Mid to Lower Mississippi Valley today. Strong to severe storms are also possible across parts of the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and south Florida. Also, a dangerous heat wave is likely this week from the Central Valley of California into northern California and southwest Oregon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Storms Expected in the Plains and Midwest Through the Weekend - Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected from the Plains into portions of the Mississippi Valley and Midwest this weekend with the threat of large hail, damaging wind gusts, a few tornadoes, heavy rain, and localized flash flooding. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Storms Expected in the Plains and Midwest Through the Weekend - A few strong to severe storms are expected from the Plains into the Midwest region with a threat of isolated large hail, locally damaging gusts and flash flooding. Strong to severe storms are possible Sunday across a portion of the central and southern Plains to the middle Mississippi Valley region. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms in the Southern Plains; Marginal Risks of Flash Flooding - Strong to severe storms are expected to bring large hail and damaging winds across the southern High Plains. There is a marginal risk for flash flooding over portions of the central Appalachian, Mid-Atlantic and central U.S. Record high temperatures are possible for the next couple of days in New England. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Severe Thunderstorms in the Central U.S.; Marginal Risks of Flash Flooding - Thunderstorms capable of producing isolated damaging wind gusts will be possible today ahead of a cold front from the southern Plains into the upper Midwest. Strong to severe storms are expected Friday afternoon and evening across the southern High Plains. There is a marginal risk for flash flooding today over portions of the central Appalachians, southern Florida and central U.S. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
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