Most of the eastern half of the country will see a reprieve from severe weather on Saturday before a more organized storm threat returns on Sunday.
Some places in the Plains and the upper Midwest are still cleaning up after a destructive derecho blasted the region on Thursday.
While we don't expect another derecho, here's where severe storms will remain a threat through Sunday.
Strong to locally severe storms are likely Saturday afternoon and evening across southern Nebraska into central Kansas. Damaging wind gusts and hail are the main threats across these areas.
A broad area of the central U.S., including portions of the Great Lakes, the Ohio, Tennessee and mid-Mississippi valleys, the Central Plains and the southern High Plains will also see a shot at storms.
The Storm Prediction Center issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the threat of damaging storms in southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma.
Strong to locally severe thunderstorms are expected Sunday afternoon and evening from the eastern Great Lakes southwestward across the Ohio, Tennessee and mid-Mississippi valleys and into eastern Kansas, eastern Oklahoma and far northeastern Texas.
Damaging wind gusts and hail will be the primary risks from these storms.