Saturday and Sunday were quite stormy throughout parts of the United States. From the Northeast to the Southwest, thunderstorms rumbled across the country.
A landspout tornado was witnessed in west Texas Saturday. Luckily, it was in an open area and no damage was reported.
Flooding rains were also a concern for the Lone Star State and throughout the Northeast.
Heavy rain continued to impact these areas on Sunday.
Elsewhere, thunderstorms in northern Ohio produced small hail.
Desert thunderstorms produced gusty wind with blowing dust in the Las Vegas area.
Looking ahead to Monday, more strong thunderstorms are possible in the Southwest and the Mid-Atlantic regions.
Flooding rain will continue to be a concern in the Northeast.
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- Meteorologist Joe Astolfi