The Central Plains across the Great Lakes region are the center of attention on Sunday morning as they will experience several showers in the coming days.
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Low risk of flash floods is monitored Storms are rolling.
The same region received heavy storms on Saturday, with Fairbury, Nebraska, seeing a 83 mph wind gusts and Montezuma, Iowa, receiving 6.48 inches of rain.
There is little risk of thunderstorms becoming strong to strong in the afternoon and evening on Sundays. The main threats to the Midwest will be damaging winds and hail. Kansas and Nebraska should be aware of the possibility of short tornados.
Watching the Tropics
Tropical Storm Florence has maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and moves west-northwest at 14 mph away from the Cabo Verde Islands and into open water.
Florence remains at sea in the middle of next week, with no danger for land, which is slowly strengthening. Until Thursday, it is still classified as a strong tropical storm.
We are silent Watch the tropical waves in the Caribbean as it wanders slowly west-northwest over time. There is now a 50 percent chance that this disorganized group of showers and thunderstorms will form our next Atlantic storm midway through next week.
The further the system moves into the Gulf of Mexico, the better the environment becomes for better organization of the storm.
In the southwest, monsoon moisture will persist with the threat of thunderstorms locally heavy rainfall until Monday afternoon and evening.
The northernmost parts of the northeast remain dry, from California to Montana. The West Coast wins this weekend.