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Severe Storms in the Cards for the Plains, Northeast, and Midwest Weather This Week

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The Plains, Northeast, and Midwest weather this week will feel the impacts of severe spring storms to start the week as a system pushes through. Cooler air will come in behind the weather maker, bringing an end to the record-breaking warmth for the region.

Storms Forecast to Get Started on Monday

The storms will ignite across a large area stretching from the southern Plains to the Mississippi Valley and up into the Great Lakes. You can expect the storms to erupt later in the day Monday, featuring impacts such as flooding rainfall, strong winds, hail, and isolated tornadoes.

It will definitely feel like spring is in the air for this part of the nation. This is typically the time of the year when severe weather becomes more frequent, peaking in the late spring weeks.

The action will get going on Monday when storms form in an area across the Midwest weather this week, in places such as Illinois and Wisconsin before diving to the south into Missouri by the latter part of the day.

The storm cells will come together as a result of an area of low pressure that is tracking across the central Plains. This zone of low pressure will produce rain showers to start the day in cities such as Des Moines.


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