Summary: Tropical Storm Claudette is expected to slowly strengthen over the Carolinas as it approaches the Mid-Atlantic Coast from the west. Tropical Storm conditions are expected to develop along the coastal regions of the Carolinas before the storms moves into the Atlantic later today. Severe storms are possible across the Northeast U.S. Monday. Record breaking heat is expected in the Pacific Northwest. Active Advisories: North Carolina
Tropical Storm Warning
Tropical Storm conditions are continuing today along the North Carolina Coast
- 25-35mph winds, gusting up to 50mph
- 1-3 feet storm surge in surge prone areas
- Flash Flooding expected
Additionally, a strong tornado (likely EF3) touched down late last night in the southwest Chicago suburbs.