Severe Weather Hits the Mid-Atlantic
The chances of damaging weather will be art their highest in the eastern half of the nation with storms moving across a region from the Gulf Coast to the Midwest and on into the Atlantic Coast.
 
The stormy weather could become severe in a region of the Mid-Atlantic extending from Kentucky and Tennessee to the coastal portions of North Carolina, Virginia, New York, and Massachusetts. In the Southwest, the monsoon season is arriving and will start out with the majority of the rain focused on New Mexico stretching into a few parts of eastern Arizona.
 
Temperatures in the Northern States will return to seasonal averages with the Northern Plains and Northwest expecting highs between 79 and 89 for most.

Monday will begin with unsettled conditions spreading across a wide area of the eastern half of the U.S. hitting parts of the Gulf Coast and Central Plains.
 
The storms could begin to push into the Gulf Coast in east Texas where the city of Houston will see a stormy high of 93 with storms spreading through Louisiana and Arkansas.
 
More unsettled conditions will move across the Plains bringing pop-up afternoon storms to Missouri and portions of east Kansas before the unsettled weather heads towards the Atlantic Coast.

The majority of the storms and showers will bypass the upper Midwest but a few locations from Illinois to the Ohio Valley will see afternoon showers and pop-up storms.
 
More showers and storms will extend into the Northeast with Burlington, Vermont forecast to see a mix of showers, clouds, and sunshine as the high rises to 79.
 
As the storms move towards the Atlantic Coast, the chances of severe weather developing in the Mid-Atlantic, according to The Weather Channel. Powerful winds and heavy rain is expected to push across the region from Kentucky and Tennessee through southern Ohio into West Virginia where there will be a chance of tornadoes arriving.
 
The severe weather will move into the Atlantic Coast moving through Virginia into Massachusetts, New York, and North Carolina.

Another area The Weather Channel reports should become more active over the course of the next week will be the Southwest where the annual monsoons will begin to cause issues.
 
Monday should see the majority of the forecast rain arriving in New Mexico with heavy rain and a few pop-up storms expected. Santa Fe, New Mexico will experience a high of 81 with afternoon storms expected as a few showers move west into southern Arizona.

Tuesday will see a similar day to Monday apart from the chances of storms and showers taking something of a southern shift to move away from the Midwest and inland portions of the Northeast.
 
The storms and showers will cling to the East Coast bringing severe weather to North Carolina in the form of heavy rain and thunderstorms.
 
The storm hit Gulf Coast will continue to see heavy rain on Tuesday as monsoon conditions spread in the Southwest.
 
The affected regions of the Southwest will include most of Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado.
The chances of damaging weather will be art their highest in the eastern half of the nation with storms moving across a region from the Gulf Coast to the Midwest and on into the Atlantic Coast.


 
The stormy weather could become severe in a region of the Mid-Atlantic extending from Kentucky and Tennessee to the coastal portions of North Carolina, Virginia, New York, and Massachusetts. In the Southwest, the monsoon season is arriving and will start out with the majority of the rain focused on New Mexico stretching into a few parts of eastern Arizona.
 
Temperatures in the Northern States will return to seasonal averages with the Northern Plains and Northwest expecting highs between 79 and 89 for most.

Monday will begin with unsettled conditions spreading across a wide area of the eastern half of the U.S. hitting parts of the Gulf Coast and Central Plains.
 
The storms could begin to push into the Gulf Coast in east Texas where the city of Houston will see a stormy high of 93 with storms spreading through Louisiana and Arkansas.
 
More unsettled conditions will move across the Plains bringing pop-up afternoon storms to Missouri and portions of east Kansas before the unsettled weather heads towards the Atlantic Coast.

The majority of the storms and showers will bypass the upper Midwest but a few locations from Illinois to the Ohio Valley will see afternoon showers and pop-up storms.
 
More showers and storms will extend into the Northeast with Burlington, Vermont forecast to see a mix of showers, clouds, and sunshine as the high rises to 79.
 
As the storms move towards the Atlantic Coast, the chances of severe weather developing in the Mid-Atlantic, according to The Weather Channel. Powerful winds and heavy rain is expected to push across the region from Kentucky and Tennessee through southern Ohio into West Virginia where there will be a chance of tornadoes arriving.
 
The severe weather will move into the Atlantic Coast moving through Virginia into Massachusetts, New York, and North Carolina.

Another area The Weather Channel reports should become more active over the course of the next week will be the Southwest where the annual monsoons will begin to cause issues.
 
Monday should see the majority of the forecast rain arriving in New Mexico with heavy rain and a few pop-up storms expected. Santa Fe, New Mexico will experience a high of 81 with afternoon storms expected as a few showers move west into southern Arizona.

Tuesday will see a similar day to Monday apart from the chances of storms and showers taking something of a southern shift to move away from the Midwest and inland portions of the Northeast.
 
The storms and showers will cling to the East Coast bringing severe weather to North Carolina in the form of heavy rain and thunderstorms.
 
The storm hit Gulf Coast will continue to see heavy rain on Tuesday as monsoon conditions spread in the Southwest.
 
The affected regions of the Southwest will include most of Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado.