National Weather Service: Weather forecasts in the United States for today September 08, 2022

USA.- The Weather Prediction Center of the National Weather Service, warned that the dangerous weather associated with Hurricane Kay to begin entering southern California and parts of the desert southwest on Friday.

Likewise, the WPC explained that the dangerous heat continues throughout central and northern California through the end of the week, with temperatures well above average toward the Pacific Northwest for the weekend.

Forecast of critical weather conditions for fires in parts of Intermountain West and Central Plains.

forecast unstable weather conditions and flash flooding in parts of the southeast and eastern Gulf Coast.

Hurricane Kay

hurricane kay currently churning off the coast of Lower California and tracks north-northwestward along the Pacific coast, with gradual weakening expected as it Kay moving north over cooler waters However, impacts in parts of the desert are still likely.

Southwest and South of California as a tide rolls in tropical humidity northward. Rainfall amounts can add up to about 6 inches across the mountainous terrain of southern California. California will probably lead to areas of floods sudden and small streams.

Additionally, heavy rains are possible over portions of southwestern Arizona between Friday night and Saturday morning.

Moisture is expected to reach farther north along the southern coast of California and reach the metropolitan region of The Angels Friday night too.

Arizona and Nevada

A Moderate Risk (level 3/4) of Excessive Precipitation is in effect for Friday over portions of southern California. California and the extreme southwest Arizonawith a larger slight risk (level 2/4) encompassing more than southern California, western Arizona, and the southern tip of Snowfall for Saturday.

In addition to the threat of heavy rain, gusty winds are possible Friday in the far south of California.

In fact, before the rain starts, strong winds could create a Fire danger growing.

Residents in these regions are urged to plan for dangerous driving conditions and heed warnings issued by local forecast offices.

the dangerous heat it also continues to affect the Golden State so high Temperatures are once again forecast to hit triple digits. both today and Friday, particularly over the interior regions of the valley.

Oregon and Washington

The upper level ridge responsible for this week’s heat wave is thankfully dissipating and will allow the cooler weather enter the region for this weekend, but the offshore flow will allow the scorching heat to hold for a few more days and eventually spread north along western Oregon and Washington.

Excessive heat advisories remain in effect for much of the California and the south of Snowfall. For the Intermountain West, Central Rockies and Central Plains an additional day well above average temperatures are forecast until a powerful cold front ushers in cooler weather and even below temperatures. average temperatures.

Today’s highs are forecast to reach the upper 90s across the central Great Basin/Rockies, with triple digits possible throughout the central High Plains.

The average upper combined temperatures with low relative humidity and gusty winds before the cold front will allow conditions to develop that are conducive to new wildfires forming and existing fires to spread out of control.


SPC has issued a Fire Weather Critical Area for today over downtown Idahoas well as parts of central Nebraska and southeastern South Dakota.

Red flag warnings have also been issued from Idaho to the Central Plains, as well as throughout the Pacific Northwest, where elevated fire weather conditions exist on Friday.

For the southeastern and Gulf Coast states, a low upper-level strengthening over the north-central Gulf of Mexico will help channel deep tropical water moisture into the southeastern and eastern gulf coast over the next few days.

A stationary boundary extending along the Gulf Coast will provide a focus for the development of electric storms to take advantage of the increasing moisture content and potentially lead to numerous downpours.

South Carolina

As a result, Flash floods are possible every day until the beginning of the weekend between downtown Gulf Coast and the coast of South Carolina. A slightly increased risk of flash flooding exists along the southeast coast today, which is where a Slight Risk of Excessive Rainfall has been issued.

As the moisture begins to flow further inland on Friday, chances for heavy rains north into the Appalachians from the south before reaching the western north Carolina and northern South Carolina for Saturday.

In total, widespread rainfall amounts for this weekend may total 2 to 4 inches, with locally higher totals possible where the electric storms are repeated in similar places.

Elsewhere, an advancing cold front may bring scattered thunderstorms over the upper Midwest and into northeastern Wyoming today. the main threat with these storms Likely to be associated with isolated damaging wind gusts, the powerful cold front will bring well-below-average temperatures to the northern and central plains on Friday and Saturday, with highs reaching the 50s and 60s.

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The cold air mass it can withstand light snow in parts of the northern Rockies that reside above 10,000 feet.