Listen: Heather Zehr, Colorado And America discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Alarm dot com slash radio. Fifteen past on this the final week of spring, two thousand nineteen AccuWeather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr has the potential for severe weather. We're going to be looking at unsettled weather across parts of the middle of the country. But the overall trend for today is that there's not going to be too many areas of widespread severe weather still eastern parts of Colorado are going to be at risk for some very strong storms when looking for the possibility of flooding downpours, and damaging winds primarily in this part of the country, we're also going to have at least stay small chance for large hail in these storms. There's fortunately, very small chance though for a tornado. So that's definitely good news outside of that. However, we do have an area across eastern portions of the country where we're going to be watching for repeated areas of showers and thunderstorms and this can lead to flash flooding. In fact, we. We do have a flash flood watch. That is, in effect for a large part of the Ohio valley all the way over through the mid Atlantic. This extends from southwestern portions of Indiana all the way across Ohio and Pennsylvania into southern New Jersey and at least Delaware as well we're looking for heavy rain, least locally and again, persistent rain is going to be a problem in these places. That can also be flooding downpours in some locally, strong thunderstorms, and that's the weather across America. Clouds and sun today in Denver, Colorado. But there can be severe storms for this afternoon and evening, high seventy three and in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Periods of rain and drizzle along with a thunderstorm. We'll have a high of seventy five that's the nation's weather machi- weather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. Fourteen death valley. California Twenty-eight at pikes peak summit, Colorado, the Nations High and low yesterday. It's sixteen after this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. President Trump is accusing."