519  
FXUS01 KWBC 111954  
PMDSPD  
 
SHORT RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD  
354 PM EDT MON JUN 11 2018  
 
VALID 00Z TUE JUN 12 2018 - 00Z THU JUN 14 2018  
 
...SEVERE STORMS POSSIBLE OVER PARTS OF THE MIDDLE MISSOURI VALLEY  
THIS EVENING WITH THE THREAT SHIFTING INTO THE CENTRAL AND  
SOUTHERN PLAINS LATE TONIGHT AND TUESDAY...  
 
...CONTINUED WET WEATHER WITH A THREAT FOR FLASH FLOODING IN AND  
AROUND THE OHIO VALLEY THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT...  
 
...WARMING TREND EXPECTED FOR THE INTERIOR NORTHWEST AND NORTHERN  
MID-ATLANTIC REGION INTO MID-WEEK...  
 
AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT MOVING THROUGH  
NEBRASKA AND KANSAS THIS AFTERNOON ARE EXPECTED TO PROVIDE A FOCUS  
FOR THUNDERSTORMS THIS EVENING, SOME OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED TO BE  
SEVERE WITH THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER HIGHLIGHTING AN ENHANCED  
RISK OF SEVERE STORMS FROM THE NEBRASKA/IOWA BORDER INTO  
NORTHWESTERN MISSOURI AND EASTERN KANSAS THIS EVENING AND  
OVERNIGHT. A THREAT FOR TORNADOES, LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS  
WILL BE PRESENT IN ADDITION TO FLASH FLOODING. THE SEVERE STORM  
AND FLASH FLOOD THREAT WILL SHIFT INTO PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHERN  
AND CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS FOR TUESDAY IN THE VICINITY OF A THE  
WESTERN PORTION OF THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT.  
 
THE NEBRASKA LOW AND ATTENDANT COLD FRONT FROM TODAY WILL WORK  
EASTWARD INTO THE MIDWEST THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING WITH AN  
EASTWARD EXTENDING WARM FRONT LIKELY CONTINUING UNSETTLED WEATHER  
FOR PORTIONS OF THE OHIO VALLEY ALONG WITH A FLASH FLOOD THREAT  
GIVEN RECENT WETTER THAN AVERAGE CONDITIONS. THE FORECAST SHOWS 1  
TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH WEDNESDAY FOR THE OHIO VALLEY ALTHOUGH  
LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE. HIGH PRESSURE WILL  
CONTINUE TO SETTLE SOUTHWARD ALONG THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST THROUGH  
TOMORROW, BEFORE WEAKENING AND REFORMING FARTHER NORTH ON  
WEDNESDAY. WHILE TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO REMAIN 5 TO 10  
DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE FOR THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION ON TUESDAY, HIGH  
TEMPERATURES SHOULD RISE A BIT ABOVE AVERAGE FOR PORTIONS OF THE  
MID-ATLANTIC REGION WITH SOME 90S EXPECTED.  
 
A WARMING TREND WILL ALSO BE SEEN THIS WEEK FOR PORTIONS OF THE  
INTERIOR NORTHWEST, AFTER A LATE SEASON SNOW IN THE BITTERROOT  
MOUNTAINS FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND. BY WEDNESDAY, FORECAST HIGHS  
FROM MONTANA INTO IDAHO WILL RANGE FROM THE 70S TO 90S, WHICH IS  
ROUGHLY 10 DEGREES ABOVE MID-JUNE AVERAGES. MUCH OF THE U.S. TO  
THE WEST OF THE ROCKIES WILL REMAIN DRY THROUGH MID-WEEK, BUT A  
COLD FRONT WILL BRING SOME LIGHT RAIN TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST  
BEGINNING TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY.  
 
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