U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
MON 28 JULY 2014
...Slight Risk for severe weather across portions of the southern Mid-Atlantic and Southeast today...
A Slight Risk for severe thunderstorms today includes the NC & SC Coasts, southern GA, southern AL & MS, northwestern FL Panhandle. The main threat will be damaging winds this afternoon and isolated large hail. The tornado risk is minimal, but an isolated tornado can't be ruled out near the coast of NC.
Monsoonal rainfall will result in localized flash flooding in the Desert Southwest through CO today. Localized flash flooding may also occur due to residual rain on saturated soil from northeastern OH through Western NY before this threat diminishes later this afternoon into the evening.
Elsewhere, generally quiet weather is expected.
EP-Tropical Storm HERNAN
...HERNAN MOVING WEST-NORTHWESTWARD AND WEAKENING...
...NO THREAT TO LAND...
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