A stalled front stretching across the nation’s heartland will bring the risk of heavy rain and storms for the rest of the week.
The biggest risk will be flash flooding – especially across the Ohio and Tennessee River valleys.
Strong-to-severe storms will fire up across the Northeast and down into the mid-Atlantic throughout Thursday.
Stormy weather is continuing for the Southwest and sections of the Plains, with the effects of the monsoon season and lingering fronts.
The heat is still a big story for much of the U.S., with the Northwest setting more record highs.
Heat advisories and warnings remain in effect for the rest of the week.