BREAKING WEATHER:  AIRPORT DELAYS
Northern Plains and Southeast to See Damaging Storms Through Wednesday
 
The unsettled weather seen throughout the Central and Eastern portions of the U.S. is set to continue on Wednesday with severe weather threats striking the Northern Plains and storms dominating the Southeast once again.
 
Much of the Deep South, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic will see strong storms but these should not cause severe weather emergencies on Wednesday as the West Coast remains largely settled with only a few areas of rain expected in the Pacific Northwest.
 
By Thursday, a quieter day is expected across the U.S. with the concentration of storms and rain in the East seeing some dispersal as longer periods of sunshine become the norm for the majority.

Wednesday will see a single area of severe weather developing as the afternoon progresses across the majority of Nebraska and skirting the border regions with South Dakota.
 
Strong winds, hail, and tornadoes will be possible in the area and in Northeastern Colorado, Northeastern Kansas, and along the western borders of Iowa and Missouri.
 
The Northern Plains and Midwest could see showers and some heavy rain with Wichita, Kansas maintaining a chance of showers with some cloud cover as the daytime high hits 91.
 
Throughout the Central Plains, temperatures will remain high with the low and mid-90s seen through the area.

Reaching the Eastern half of the nation, the temperatures will cool slightly as rain and storms will remain in place over the majority as Minneapolis seeing heavy rain and a high of 81 while Nashville, Tennessee will see storms in the afternoon and temperatures reaching 87.
 
Closer to the East Coast, Raleigh, North Carolina will see a top temperature of 89 as storms creep into the Carolinas by the afternoon and evening. B
 
oth Miami, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina can expect rain and storms as the day progresses with high temperatures reaching 86.

In the Deep South and throughout the Rockies temperatures will remain largely in the 90s with the Texan cities of Dallas and San Antonio reaching 94 and 97 respectively under clear skies.
 
Southern California will once again remain dry and bright with Los Angeles reaching a high of 82; the only cause for some concern is the chance of rain pushing into the Pacific Northwest coast lowering temperatures in Seattle to just 68, according to The Weather Channel.

By Thursday, the storms, and rain in the East will begin to disperse and lower the chances of severe weather in the Central Plains and along the East Coast which will remain in the mid to high-80s for most across these regions.
 
Across the Deep South and the Southwest, the temperatures which have remained in the 90s and above will continue to remain above-average including a high of 109 in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
The unsettled weather seen throughout the Central and Eastern portions of the U.S. is set to continue on Wednesday with severe weather threats striking the Northern Plains and storms dominating the Southeast once again.

 
Much of the Deep South, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic will see strong storms but these should not cause severe weather emergencies on Wednesday as the West Coast remains largely settled with only a few areas of rain expected in the Pacific Northwest.
 
By Thursday, a quieter day is expected across the U.S. with the concentration of storms and rain in the East seeing some dispersal as longer periods of sunshine become the norm for the majority.

Wednesday will see a single area of severe weather developing as the afternoon progresses across the majority of Nebraska and skirting the border regions with South Dakota.
 
Strong winds, hail, and tornadoes will be possible in the area and in Northeastern Colorado, Northeastern Kansas, and along the western borders of Iowa and Missouri.
 
The Northern Plains and Midwest could see showers and some heavy rain with Wichita, Kansas maintaining a chance of showers with some cloud cover as the daytime high hits 91.
 
Throughout the Central Plains, temperatures will remain high with the low and mid-90s seen through the area.

Reaching the Eastern half of the nation, the temperatures will cool slightly as rain and storms will remain in place over the majority as Minneapolis seeing heavy rain and a high of 81 while Nashville, Tennessee will see storms in the afternoon and temperatures reaching 87.
 
Closer to the East Coast, Raleigh, North Carolina will see a top temperature of 89 as storms creep into the Carolinas by the afternoon and evening. B
 
oth Miami, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina can expect rain and storms as the day progresses with high temperatures reaching 86.

In the Deep South and throughout the Rockies temperatures will remain largely in the 90s with the Texan cities of Dallas and San Antonio reaching 94 and 97 respectively under clear skies.
 
Southern California will once again remain dry and bright with Los Angeles reaching a high of 82; the only cause for some concern is the chance of rain pushing into the Pacific Northwest coast lowering temperatures in Seattle to just 68, according to The Weather Channel.

By Thursday, the storms, and rain in the East will begin to disperse and lower the chances of severe weather in the Central Plains and along the East Coast which will remain in the mid to high-80s for most across these regions.
 
Across the Deep South and the Southwest, the temperatures which have remained in the 90s and above will continue to remain above-average including a high of 109 in Phoenix, Arizona.