Weather forecasts in the United States and its states for today August 17, 2022


United States.- Meteorological Prediction Center of the National Metereological Servicewarned this Monday that there is a slight risk of excessive rainfall in parts of the southern Rockies and southwest through Thursday morning.

Also, there is a slight risk of excessive rainfall in parts of the Southwest and a second area over parts of the southeast Thursday through Friday tomorrow, also a slight risk of excessive rainfall in parts of the Lower Valley of mississippi/Central Gulf Coast through Thursday morning.

Colorado and New Mexico

There is a Excessive Heat Watch and a Heat Advisory in parts of the West Coast through Friday. Monsoonal moisture and upper level energy coming out of the Central Rockies will aid in the production of daytime showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain over parts of Colorado and New Mexico.

Therefore, the WPC has issued to Slight Risk of excessive precipitation in parts of the Southern Rockies through Thursday morning.

Heavy rains associated areas will primarily create localized areas of flash flooding, with urban areas, roads and small streams the most vulnerable. In addition, a drop in the upper level over parts of the north-central Mexico it will continue to move east while weakening through Friday.

Arizona, New Mexico and Texas

Lots of moisture and higher level energy will help produce showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain over southern Arizonasouthern New Mexico, and far western Texas. Therefore, the WPC has issued a slight risk of excess rain over the southwest near the border of USA with Mexico to far west Texas through Thursday morning.

the heavy rain associated will create primarily localized areas of flash flooding, with urban areas, highways, and small streams the most vulnerable.

On Friday, energy and humidity help produce showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain over the south Arizona and the southwest of New Mexico. Therefore, the WPC has issued a Slight Excessive Rainfall Hazard over the Southwest near the US-Mexico border Thursday through Friday morning.



Mississippi and Alabama

The associated weight of rain will primarily create localized areas of Flash floods, with urban areas, roads and small streams the most vulnerable. Meanwhile, a weak front extending from the southeast roughly west into the Southern Plains and upper level impulses will produce showers and thunderstormswith heavy rains in parts of Mississippi and Alabama.

Therefore, the WPC has issued a slight risk of excessive rainfall during parts of the Lower Mississippi Valley/Central Gulf Coast through Thursday morning. The associated heavy rains will primarily create localized areas of flash flooding, with urban areas, highways and small streams being the most vulnerable.

Additionally, as low pressure waves move along the front on Thursday, tropical moisture will help produce showers and electric storms over the Gulf Coast states to the southeast.

Therefore, the WPC has issued a slight risk of excessive rain in parts of the Southeast Thursday through Friday morning.

the heavy rain associated will create primarily localized areas of flash flooding, with urban areas, roads and small streams the most vulnerable.

California

Elsewhere, higher level ridges will be built on California and the Northwestallowing temperatures to climb into the upper mid-hundreds over parts of California, which caused a Excessive Heat Watch and Heat Warnings for the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys until Friday.

As the upper level ridge builds on the northwest, temperatures rise into the nineties in the low hundreds over the interior Northwest, prompting an Excessive Heat Watch and heat advisories in the region through Friday.

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Also, relatively high low temperatures record help keep areas from getting cold at night, which will also contribute to heat effects.


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