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#PC2StormStalkers – Sat, May 22, 2021 U.S. Weather Outlook!

Sat, May 22, 2021:

A Slight Risk of #severeweather exists today from the Big Bend of #Texas, through the #HighPlains, into NW #Nebraska, buttressed by a Marginal risk that also extends up to the Minnesota-Canada border East of the NW Angle. Large hail and damaging winds are the main threats, though a tornado or two is not out of the question.

General thunderstorms will be a thing for almost the entire Central part of the country, the #GreatLakes & Northeast, the Rockies, and the Intermountain West.

For us down here in TX, as well as #Louisiana & #Oklahoma, these storms will have a tropical bent, which poses a risk of flooding for East Texas and Western Louisiana, where a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect. This is because of a “tropical wave” off the TX Coast that, for a while, looked like it may form into a tropical depression or tropical storm, but now just looks like it’ll stay a wave as it moves onshore and northward (it’s associated with the tropical “plume” of moisture I referenced yesterday!), bringing some beautiful weather down here in these parts… & because of the nature of this system, expect the dominant direction of storms that form here in TX to be S-N, SE-NW, or E-W.

Meanwhile, high pressure keeps things calm in the SE quadrant up to the Mid-Atlantic, with warmer than normal temperatures. Higher elevations in the Mountainous West can expect snow or a rain/snow/wintry mix. A Fire Weather risk exists for the Sonoran Desert up through the Four Corners region.

The Southwest of #Alaska will be quiet, but not so much for the rest of the state which will be getting a cold rain, with icier precip in higher elevations and latitudes.

Expect the tropical usual – warm temps and isolated showers/storms – in #Hawaii & the Territories.

#uswx #weather

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