Tropical downpours will threaten to flood areas from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle tomorrow.

Moisture will spread northward as a budding tropical system nears the Gulf Coast. Flooding downpours may spread inland across the South later in the week.

Elsewhere, a weak system will cross the Northeast and generate spotty showers with a few rumbles of thunder. Most of the day will be dry with near-seasonable temperatures. The tranquil weather early in the week across the Midwest will come to end as thunderstorms erupt, mainly later in the day.

A few storms could turn severe with large hail and damaging winds. Very spotty thunderstorms could occur along the spine of the Rockies. Meanwhile, dry conditions with record-challenging heat will persist across the southern Plains and interior West.


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National High Tuesday 117 at Palm Springs, CA

National Low Tuesday 34 at Dillon, CO


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