No severe weather chances for the Lower 48 Tuesday, but some areas still could see some active weather conditions. Here is the very latest.
High Temperature Forecast
No extreme heat in the forecast for the Nation today. Staying warm in the South, but temperatures will be right at average for this time of the year. Highs in the 50s and 60s across the northern U.S..
A large system in the West will be bring showers and mountain snow to the 4 Corners and Pacific Northwest. No severe weather, but this is the same system that brings severe storms to the Plains by Wednesday afternoon. Some areas in the Northeast could see a few showers including Ohio and Pennsylvania. If you are in the High Plains, grab the umbrella as you head out the door. Showers possible for Montana and the Dakotas.
Severe weather chances will be increasing Wednesday so keep checking for more updates on-air and online from WeatherNation
UPDATE: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been extended into eastern Texas until 10 pm CDT. https://t.co/k00SRPmzLD1 hour ago by WeatherNation
Thunderstorms have been rumbling across Texas on Wednesday. Check out this shelf cloud roll across the sky in Granb… https://t.co/gWNAaBvZTH1 hour ago by WeatherNation