Sultry temperatures, dangerous heat indices, oppressive conditions are expected to build and expand across the Southern half of the U.S. the remainder of the week, through the weekend and into early next week. Widespread excessive heat watches and warnings along with heat advisories are already in effect. Also, rain may unfortunately return later this week into completely saturated New England. Impacted Lanes: I-20, I-55, I-80, I-35, I-380, I-29, I-90, I-39, I-88, I-57
Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 11:45 AM CDT this morning
- Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms.
- Impacts: Flash flooding of small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses as well as other poor drainage and low-lying areas.
Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect until 9 AM PDT this morning
- Visibility one quarter mile or less in dense fog.
- Impacts: Very low visibility will create dangerous driving conditions.
Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 9:45 AM CDT this morning
- Life threatening flash flooding. Thunderstorms producing flash flooding.
- Impacts: Life threatening flash flooding of creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses.
Flood Watch remains in effect until 4 PM CDT this afternoon
- Flooding caused by excessive rainfall is possible.
- Impacts: Excessive runoff may result in flooding of rivers, creeks, streams, and other low-lying and flood-prone locations. Water over roadways.
Flood Warning remains in effect until 2 AM EDT Thursday morning
- Moderate Flooding is occurring.
- Impacts: Flooding caused by excessive rainfall has driven rivers to rise out of their banks and flood urban areas. Water is over roadways.
Additional Flash Flood Warnings include but are not limited to: Arkansas
Additional Flood Watches include but are not limited to: Indiana, Illinois, and Arkansas
Additional Dense Fog Advisories include but are not limited to: Maine
Additional Flood Warnings include but are not limited to: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut