Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

Our daily audio severe weather advisories / alerts are derived directly from the National Weather Service and are issued daily through our podcast. We believe every citizen should own, or be near an active, alarm-ready Weather Radio but we realize that’s not always possible. Stay weather aware at: http://bit.ly/2P4Z8eS Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support... Show More

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September 24, 2020 3 min

Heavy Rainfall Continues Over Parts of the Southeast; Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the West - Locally heavy rainfall and the risk of strong to severe thunderstorms will continue over parts of the Southeast into Friday. Meanwhile, gusty winds and low humidity will result in critical fire weather conditions for portions of the Northern Rockies, High Plains, and Great Basin. A series of low pressure systems will advance into th...

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Fire Weather Concerns Persist Across the West; Below Normal Temperatures for the Midwest and East - As a cold front moves through the western states, gusty conditions will pose fire weather concerns through the weekend from the interior Northwest into the Great Basin and Rockies. Elsewhere, temperatures will run ten or more degrees below normal from the Upper Midwest into much of the eastern U.S. A tropical depression may bring hea...

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Heavy Rainfall and Flash Flooding Over the Southeast; Lingering Fire Weather Concerns in the West - Heavy rainfall, flooding, gusty winds, and the risk of a few tornadoes will continue over portions of the Southeast U.S. as Sally gradually weakens. Elsewhere, critical fire weather conditions linger over parts of Oregon, northern California, and the Great Basin, along with poor air quality for much of the West. Cool weather prevails...

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Hurricane Sally Moving Slowly Towards the Central Gulf Coast - Hurricane Sally is expected to make landfall on the Central Gulf Coast as a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday. The slow movement will bring significant rainfall with isolated amounts to 30 inches, and a high potential for life-threatening flash flooding. Extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm surge is expected from eastern Louisiana to western Florida. A few tor...

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Hurricane Sally Is Expected to Strengthen - Sally is moving near the coast of southeastern Louisiana and hurricane conditions are expected early Tuesday. Sally is expected to be a dangerous hurricane when it moves onshore along the north-central Gulf coast. Multiple impacts are expected with this system: extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm surge, hurricane-force winds, torrential rain with flash flooding and possible tor...

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Impacts From Sally Expected To Reach The Northern Gulf Coast Later Today - Sally is expected to intensify to a hurricane by tonight and make landfall in the hurricane warning area on Tuesday. Hurricane warnings extend from Morgan City, Louisiana, to the Mississippi/Alabama border. Impacts of an extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm surge, hurricane-force winds and torrential rain with flash flooding from Sally will likely ...

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Tropical Storm Sally Tracking Toward the Northern Gulf Coast - Tropical Storm Sally is forecast to strengthen to a hurricane early next week as it moves across the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane and Storm Surge Watches have been issued from southeastern Louisiana to the Alabama coast. Flash flooding is also likely with 6 to 12 inches and locally 18 inches. Further east, a Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for a portion of t...

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Heavy Rain and Flooding in Florida; Poor Air Quality From Smoke In the West - Tropical Depression Nineteen will produce heavy rain and possible flash flooding over south and west-central Florida. The system is expected to become a Tropical Storm later today or tonight, as it reaches the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. Air quality concerns from smoke will persist this weekend for the Northwest and California; critical fire weather thre...

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Poor Air Quality in the West; Isolated Flash Flooding in the East - Improved fire weather conditions can be expected in the Western U.S. toward the weekend, however there will be unhealthy air quality and reduced visibility from smoke. There will be areas of heavy rain and isolated flash flooding in the mid-Mississippi Valley, the Central Appalachians, and the Mid-Atlantic.

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Impactful Western Weather Slowly Diminishing - Elevated fire weather threats remain for portions of the West Coast, but as winds continue to decrease, these threats will also weaken. Wintry weather in the Rockies and Plains will gradually decrease. Heavy rain and flash flooding will be possible for central Texas, and portions of the East Coast. In addition, a couple of tropical disturbances off the Southeast coast and Florida warre...

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Widespread weather impacts expected across the Western to Central U.S. over the next two days. - An upper-level low will move slowly across the Four Corners region today as south-southwesterly mid-level flow remains over the southern Plains. At the surface, a cold front will advance southeastward across the western Texas Hill Country, north Texas and southeast Oklahoma. Thunderstorm development will be likely along parts of the fro...

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Early Season Snow For Central Rockies And Fire Weather Concerns Out West - A powerful cold front will plunge into the south-central Plains and produce a number of hazards, including an early season snow storm for the Central Rockies. Expect significant accumulations with gusty winds in the higher elevations of Wyoming and Colorado. Meanwhile, widespread critical fire weather conditions are likely across the West, from the Northwest...

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Dangerous Heat Wave and Critical Fire Weather for the West this Labor Day Weekend - Another dangerous heat wave will impact the Western U.S. through the Labor Day holiday weekend. In some cases, high temperatures are forecast to be 20 to 25 degrees above normal and dozens of daily record high temperatures may be tied or broken. Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in effect. Another concern out West, is the critical fire...

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Western Heat Wave for Labor Day Weekend - Another dangerous heat wave is forecast for the Desert Southwest and much of California starting Friday and lasting through the Labor Day holiday weekend. In some cases, the high temperatures are forecast to be as much as 20 to 25 degrees above normal. Dozens of record high maximum and high minimum temperatures may be tied or broken. Excessive Heat Warnings have been issued.

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Severe Thunderstorms in the Mid-Atlantic; Dangerous Heat Returning to the West - Scattered severe thunderstorms appear likely across parts of the Mid-Atlantic Thursday. Damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes should be the main threats, although isolated large hail may also occur. Dangerous heat is forecast to return to the Desert Southwest and California from Friday into early next week. Excessive Heat Watches and Warnings have be...

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Excessive Rain Continues in the Southern Plains; Dangerous Heat Returning to the West - Continued heavy rainfall through Thursday will exacerbate widespread, ongoing flooding from northeast Texas into western Arkansas. Flash flood watches and warnings are in effect across the area. Dangerous heat is forecast to return to the Desert Southwest and California from Friday into early next week. Excessive Heat Watches have been issued.

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Excessive Rain and Flash Flooding in Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley - Excessive rain and flash flood threats are expected through Wednesday from the southern Plains to the Lower Mississippi Valley. Along a corridor from northern Texas to western and northern Arkansas, continuous thunderstorm activity and rain will produce flash flooding. Parts of this region is already quite saturated, especially in western Arkansas w...

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Heavy Rainfall Possible in Parts of the Southern Plains into the Mid-Mississippi Valley and the Mid-Atlantic - Thunderstorms capable of large hail, damaging wind, and flash flooding are possible over parts of the southern Plains and lower Arkansas River Valley. Parts of the Mid-Atlantic can expect moderate to heavy rain along with flash flooding. Elevated to critical fire weather threat is expected across the Great Basin and Centra...

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Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain in Multiple Locations Across the U.S.; Fire Weather in Interior Northwest - The remnants of Laura and a cold front will produce severe storms and heavy rain across the Northeast through this evening. Severe storms are also possible from the south-central Plains into the Lower Mississippi Valley. Monsoon storms with heavy rain may produce flash flooding in Arizona this weekend. Critical fire weather threats...

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Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain in Multiple Locations Across the U.S.; Fire Weather in Interior Northwest - The remnants of Laura and a cold front will produce severe thunderstorms and heavy rain from the Northeast to the Carolinas today. Severe storms are also possible from the south-central Plains into the Lower Mississippi Valley. Monsoon storms with heavy rain may produce flash flooding in Arizona this weekend. Critical fire weath...

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