Taking a look across the US, a few areas of concern, the first is with the seasons 11th tropical storm located near Bermuda, right now all indications are favoring this storm to keep on a northward track with a gradual re-curve to sea, may see some impacts in the coastal waters from Long Island to Cape Code with higher surf, other than that at this time, the storm center should remain offshore.
The second big item is the cold front pushing towards the Gulf Coast, there will be limited severe weather with this, however it will be a nice rain maker for Wednesday, followed by high pressure for the weekend.
The Northern Plains are dealing with a frontal boundary that will move through over the next 2-3 days bringing multiple rounds of moderate rainfall, with some isolated flooding possible.
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Have a nice evening,
Meteorologist Joshua Kelly