Following days of fatal storms that wreaked extensive damage in the southeast and in the center of the United States, the danger of flooding and violent thunderstorms in the southern part of the country will continue on Monday.
There were over 225 preliminary reports of wind damage and 30 reports of hail across the country from the devastating storms on Saturday and over 230 preliminary wind damage reports on Sunday. Another day of heavy weather is yet to come.
Flooding and storms spread from Eastern Kansas, Oklahoma and North Arkansas to Missouri on Sunday morning, leading to rapid rises in streams and smaller rivers throughout the region.
Woman was found dead during the flood disaster in eastern Oklahoma before dawn. Later that morning, southwest Missouri was declared a flash flood emergency for the counties of South Newton and North McDonald.
– Todd Ebbinghaus June 23, 2019
The larger Missouri and Arkansas rivers will continue to flow "Heavy rain from late last week and this weekend will also stop the Mississippi Recession along the Missouri-Illinois border," said lead weather meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski of AccuWeather. "The St. Louis River is expected to rise again towards the end of this week to a 40-foot high tide."
The flooded rain in Missouri and adjacent parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas eased on Sunday night, but the danger was On Monday, the storm will continue to shift south and east.
A string of thunderstorms swept south through East Texas, South Arkansas and Louisiana on Sunday nights, and these storms will scare off the western Gulf Coast on Monday morning.
] As the energy that sustains the storm system will rise north into the northern reaches of the United States on Monday, the threat of widespread severe weather in these areas is lower than in the areas further north on Sunday.
The main threats Of the occasional severe weather on Monday, as on Saturday and Sunday, damage to trees, power lines and roofs due to strong gusts of wind and areas with flash floods are widespread.  4] With storms expected to be slower than on Sunday, the risk of flash floods may be nearly as high as on Sunday.
The threat to these locally severe thunderstorms will focus on Texas and adjacent parts of South Arkansas and West Louisiana on Monday.
A wide area of severe weather that merges into a better organized storm system The danger of motorists on sections of highways 10, 20, 35 and 45 until Monday night in the Great Lakes region The reason for the persistent, unexplained circumstances is delays and complicates driving and even makes it dangerous.
Be sure to slow down in heavy rain or on wet roads to reduce the risk of aquaplaning when driving at highway speed, and never drive on water-covered roads.
It is impossible to determine the depth of water on a road only with your own eyesight, and most vehicles can be carried away with a depth of about 2 feet.
"Remember to move At the first thunderstorm in the hall, there's a risk of being struck by lightning," added lead weather forecaster AccuWeather's Alex Sosnowski.
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Cities like San Antonio, Houston, Tyler and Dallas, Texas can be targeted for at least a few hours of rainy weather over Monday and Monday evenings.
"There may be more than one heavy and heavy round of thunderstorms in the states of South Central on Monday," said Pydynowski.
"With the heavy rainfall from the end of the weekend spreading in the Houston and San Antonio areas early Monday, Dallas may be dry until stronger thunderstorms develop across the west. Texas spread late on the day and in the evening Metroplex, "she added.
Another better – organized storm area will erupt on Monday in the Tennessee and Ohio River valleys, as well as in the central Appalachian Mountains. The storm system is moving to the western Great Lakes region.
Outdoor sporting events, such as Major League Baseball games, could be delayed or even canceled as the storms roll through the region.
In severe thunderstorms, after this storm, the focus will shift from the middle and south levels to the northern level of the national middle, "said AccuWeather meteorologist Renee Duff.
North Sea Jetstream Will Be Responsible for This Change of weather patterns in the middle and at the end of this week will provide much needed relief from the onslaught of relentless thunderstorms in the southern US central states.
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