|Today's Weather Outlook|
12:15 AM EDT, May 26, 2016
By WeatherBug's Casey Oswant
|A fresh round of severe weather will develop across the central U.S. today, while heat and humidity makes its way to the East Coast.|
WeatherBug Meteorologist Kristin Clark has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook Video.
The storms from the Midwest that occurred on Wednesday will continue to move up into the Upper Mississippi Valley, Upper Great Lakes, and the Ohio Valley. They will bring the possibility of hail and strong winds.
Moisture coming up from Mexico will cause several storms, showers, and possibly tornadoes in southern and central Texas today. The most action with that system will occur this evening.
As the day progresses, the Central and Southern Plains will see an enhanced risk of severe storms. These storms are likely to develop into intense thunderstorms, with a threat of large-hail, strong wind gusts, and the possibility of some tornadoes.
Most of the West Coast will experience sunshine, but residents across the Great Basin, southern and central Rockies and the Pacific Northwest should be on the lookout for showers this morning. The Southwest and East are looking sunny, except for some spots in South Florida. The Mid-Atlantic could a few late-day thunderstorms.
Temperatures for the Midwest and East Coast will be unseasonably warm. Temperatures will range from 80 degrees to the upper 90s for most of those regions. Central California and parts of the Southwest will be in the 80s and 90s as well. The rest of the country will experience cooler temperatures in the upper 60s and 70s.
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