The Daily Weather Update from FOX Weather: Multiday severe weather threat for US grows

Start your day with the latest weather news. The risk of widespread severe weather for parts of the country has grown, with storms expected to begin in the southern Plains as early as Wednesday.

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Severe weather threat spans at least 8 states this week

The forecast for a dayslong severe weather threat is becoming clearer. Storms are expected to begin as early as Wednesday, with a low-end threat in Oklahoma and Texas. The risk zone will eventually expand to include at least eight states by Friday.

The severe weather outlook for this week across the U.S.
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Wet weather heads for Northeast

A system moving quickly across the northern tier of the U.S. is set to bring rainy weather to the Northeast starting Tuesday night. While it likely won’t amount to much, the most widespread rain is expected Wednesday in a swath that stretches from Maine to the mid-Atlantic.  

The outlook for a system moving toward the Northeast.
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Watch this: ‘All hail broke loose’

A monstrous storm unleashed its fury on a town in South Carolina over the weekend, dumping softball-sized hail on parts of the region that resulted in extensive damage. "All hail broke loose, literally," said Austin Jefferson, a resident of Rock Hill.

Celebrate National Parks Week

All this week, FOX Weather’s Robert Ray is taking you to some of the country's most beautiful locations to celebrate National Parks Week.  

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