Relentless rain in the Southeast has caused many problems once again with localized amounts greater than 10″.
The rain will be moving up the Southeast Coast over the next 24 hours bringing an additional 1″-3″.
On the West Coast, another low pressure system is bringing in much needed moisture to the mountains in the form of snow.
Winter driving conditions will exist along the mountain passes through Wednesday.
As this snow maker moves into the Plains, severe weather ramps up by Wednesday evening. The Storm Prediction Center has already issued an Enhanced Risk with St. Louis in the bullseye. Damaging wind, large hail and isolated tornadoes can be expected at this time.
Watch WeatherNation as conditions continue to change.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist, Mike Witcher