Severe weather is possible throughout the week from the Southwest to the northeast, bringing a threat of flash flooding to the Midwest on Tuesday and Wednesday, while the first Atlantic storm of 2022 could form late week.
Here are the latest weather alerts from the National Weather Service (NWS) for Tuesday.
Flood watch: central and northern Oklahoma; southern, southeastern and northeastern Kansas; west-central and northwestern Missouri.
Severe thunderstorm warning: western Texas.
Winter storm warning: southeastern Montana; western and north-central Wyoming.
Winter weather advisory: north-central Colorado.
Red flag warning: north-central and central California; southeastern Colorado; northern and central New Mexico.
Thunderstorms will be prevalent over most of the nation Tuesday through Thursday, with multiple severe weather fronts bringing the potential for severe thunderstorms, dumping heavy rain and potential flash flooding, as well as damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes to the Midwest, South, Ohio Valley, mid-Atlantic and Northeast, according to the latest forecasts from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Severe weather stretches from Texas over Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan. Risk of flash flooding over portions of Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri.
Thunderstorms in the South, Southeast, mid-Atlantic, and Northeast.
Sleet and potential winter weather over parts of Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado.
Thunderstorms over much of the eastern half of the US. Severe weather on two fronts, the first will span from New Mexico across Texas into Oklahoma. The second will stretch from Ohio, across Pennsylvania, and into most of New York.
A risk of flash flooding over northern Texas into Oklahoma and southern Kansas.
Sleet and potential winter weather over parts of Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado.
Thunderstorms across the southern tier stretching into the mid-Atlantic, as well as a separate front in the Northwest.
Potential severe weather over portions of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Florida could receive a soaking late week, as a tropical depression or storm could develop in the Gulf of Mexico during the first week of hurricane season which kicks off beginning June 1. The storm could impact parts of Cuba and the Bahamas, into the weekend, the Weather Channel reports. Current forecasts show the system could develop into a named storm, taking the first name on the list for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, becoming Alex. Presently, the storm is hovering over southern Mexico and is expected to move eastward toward Cancún.