The storm that produced the severe weather across Oklahoma last evening will move into the Great Lakes this evening. That storm will produce severe weather across the Great Lakes into the Midwest and Ohio Valley. The threat today will be damaging winds and hail.

A major storm will come out of the Rockies late tomorrow. That storm will produce heavy snows across Wyoming into Montana and severe storms in the High Plains. There is a threat of more tornado activity in Nebraska and Kansas. High winds and blowing dust will follow behind the storms as winds gust up to 60 mph from western Nebraska to eastern Colorado.

High winds will move into the Northern Plains Wednesday. Expect gusts over 40 mph with some gusts up to 60 mph.

Hurricane Pamela will move up through Mexico into Texas late Wednesday. A band of heavy rain will develop across central Texas. Flash flooding may occur. That same system will move into the Ohio Valley Friday.

By Henry Margusity

Expert Meteorologist with over 30 years of weather forecasting and blogging.

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