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Local weather forecast by "City, St" or zip code. Late Afternoon through Tonight. Northeast Oklahoma. Eastern Oklahoma and West Central Arkansas. Northwest Arkansas along with areas near Oklahoma Kansas border. Hot and humid conditions will continue this afternoon with heat stress conditions increasing with afternoon heat index values of to degrees likely. A heat advisory is in effect for eastern Oklahoma and west central Arkansas today.
Scattered storms across parts of northeast Oklahoma will be capable of producing hail, brief gusty winds and locally heavy rainfall into the early evening. Additional storms are likely to spread into portions of northeast Oklahoma late tonight. Storms through tonight will be capable of producing locally heavy rainfall. Spotter Activation Not Expected.
Love to get wet Aberdeen South Dakota showers through Saturday. Thunderstorm and Dangerous Heat Potential. Dangerous Heat Potential. Scattered showers and storms are forecast across the region on Monday with locally heavy rainfall possible. Storm chances begin to decrease on Tuesday with dry weather expected for the remainder of the week. Hot and humid conditions will continue both Monday and Tuesday with heat intensifying for mid to late week. Heat advisories or warnings appear likely for several days later this week. Through tonight.
There is a moderate risk of rip currents. Please go to weather. The probability for widespread hazardous weather is low. Weather spotters are encouraged to report ificant weather conditions according to standard operating procedures. Thunderstorms are possible, a few of which may produce isolated strong wind gusts. Thunderstorms are possible Monday into Monday evening, mainly south of Interstate Thunderstorms are also possible at times Thursday through Saturday. Spotter activation is not anticipated. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible tonight, mainly for north central Kansas and extreme south central Nebraska.
Heavy rainfall overnight into this morning have prompted some flooding concerns. Please refer to all active Flood Warning and Flood Advisory statements for the latest regarding ongoing flooding. The biggest weather concern over the next week will be a prolonged stretch of hot temperatures. Tuesday through Thursday heat index values of at least degrees across much of the outlook area.
Thunderstorms return to the forecast Thursday night through Saturday. Spotters are encouraged to report any possible instances of flooding, wind gusts over 50 MPH and hail that might occur today into tonight. Tonight and Monday Monday will be hot with afternoon heat indices in the to degree range. Monday night through Sunday A prolonged period of hot temperatures are expected through Thursday this week.
Heat indices will likely climb above degrees and may approach degrees. The hottest day is likely to be Wednesday, while Thursday will be slightly cooler in northeast Nebraska. Storm spotter activation will not be needed. There is a chance of thunderstorms tonight across western into central Minnesota. Though widespread severe weather is not anticipated, a few storms capable of producing strong, gusty winds will be possible.
For Monday, a Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms exists north of Interstate 94 with much of the remainder of the area in a Marginal Risk of severe thunderstorms. For Tuesday, most of central Minnesota into west central Minnesota will have a Marginal Risk of severe thunderstorms. A better threat for severe weather may evolve on Wednesday afternoon and evening with the passage of a cold front. In all cases, strong damaging winds will be the primary severe threat, with some large hail possible as well.
Dangerous levels of heat and humidity are expected Tuesday and Wednesday across the entire coverage area. Afternoon heat indices near are expected over Minnesota on Tuesday, with values near in Minnesota and in western Wisconsin on Wednesday. Tonight Heat indices will hover from to degrees along the Oklahoma border counties of southeast Kansas until early evening.
Refer to the heat advisory statement for details and safety information. Thunderstorms, capable of strong outflow winds of 50 to 60 mph, and heavy rain which could cause minor flooding, will be most prevalent across south central and southeast Kansas. Monday through Saturday A chance of storms will continue across the area on Monday, mainly across south central and southeast Kansas. The strongest storms may produce gusty winds and locally heavy rainfall. Heat indices will approach degrees on Monday and Tuesday afternoon across the area. However, the more intense heat is expected to return on Wednesday and continue through the end of the week, when heat indices each afternoon will range from to degrees.
There is a slight chance for thunderstorms on Saturday. If storms develop, they will have the potential for gusty winds and locally heavy rainfall.
Spotter activation is not anticipated tonight. Hot and humid weather will result in heat index values at or just above this afternoon, generally across North Central and Northeast Texas. The heat and humidity will continue through the upcoming week. Heat index values may exceed in a few locations. Isolated thunderstorms are possible over far Northeast Texas late Monday afternoon.
Isolated to scattered thunderstorm chances return to Central Texas Tuesday and continue through Friday. Severe weather is not expected, but gusty winds may be possible. Spotter activation is not expected at this time. Isolated thunderstorms are possible across far southwest Nebraska early this evening, any storm that develops may produce locally heavy rainfall.
Temperatures reach the upper 90s to degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday. Heat indices begin to approach degrees both days. There is an slight chance of storms Wednesday night through Saturday. The risk of severe weather is low at this time. Spotter activation will not be needed through tonight.
This Afternoon and Tonight There will be a chance for thunderstorms west of the Mississippi River late tonight. These storms are expected to remain below severe limits. Monday through Saturday Periodic storm chances will be seen this next week.
However, it is too early to discern the severe potential. A prolonged period of heat and humidity is expected Monday through Wednesday with highest heat index values of 90 to No action needed. No webinar is scheduled. This hazardous weather outlook is for South Florida. The primary impacts will be lightning strikes, gusty winds, and locally heavy rainfall. Flooding: Localized flooding is possible due to slow moving heavy downpours from thunderstorms over low lying and poor drainage areas.
Highest chances of ificant flooding will reside over the metropolitan areas of South Florida. Wind: A few storms could become strong producing damaging wind gusts up to 45 mph this evening. Waterspouts: There is a slight chance of waterspouts over the local South Florida waters. Frequent lightning, heavy downpours, and gusty winds will be possible with the strongest thunderstorms. Widespread spotter activation is not anticipated, however individual spotters are encouraged to report high wind, hail and flooding to the National Weather Service forecast office in Miami. For more information Moderate Risk for Rip Currents.
Spotter assistance is not anticipated at this time. This afternoon and Tonight Low relative humidity values and gusty west to northwest winds will lead to dangerous fire weather conditions this afternoon and early evening across much of the Northland.
A Red Flag Warning is in effect until 6 pm for much of northeastern Minnesota. Monday through Saturday There is a chance for thunderstorms late Monday afternoon and evening. Some of the storms could be strong to severe, with large hail to 1. There is also a low risk for tornadoes.
The severe threat is highest over the southern half of the Northland. These storms could linger through the overnight hours into Tuesday morning.
Additional chances of storms are possible for Wednesday. Skywarn spotter activation will not be needed this afternoon or tonight. This afternoon and Tonight Gusty west to northwest winds, with gusts to around 25 knots, will continue to support hazardous conditions for small craft across the nearshore waters of western Lake Superior through the early evening hours today. Monday through Saturday Chances of thunderstorms will increase Monday afternoon and evening across western Lake Superior, some of which could be strong to severe.
The main threats with these storms will be large hail, strong wind gusts, and cloud-to-water lightning. There will be additional chances of storms early Tuesday and again on Wednesday. Coastal Flooding: Minor salt water flooding is possible with the high tide late this evening. A Coastal Flood Advisory could be issued. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will continue into the evening hours.
Wind gusts of 40 to 50 MPH, frequent lightning, and locally heavy rainfall will be possible with the strongest storms. Monday through Saturday Scattered to numerous thunderstorms are expected on Monday and Tuesday, with only isolated activity anticipated south of the TN River on Wednesday.
After a break in precipitation on Thursday, scattered thunderstorms will return to the region over the weekend. Dangerously high heat indices in the to degree range will be possible during the later half of the work week. Activation of storm spotters and emergency management personnel is not anticipated at this time. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will occur across the region through evening, mainly over the mountains and foothills but also continuing into the upper Piedmont.Love to get wet Aberdeen South Dakota showers
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