Unsettled weather is expected across the central part of the country that could produce severe weather on Monday.
The threat of severe weather extends from the Southern Plains into the Northern Plains, with some areas of the Midwest also seeing the chance for strong to severe thunderstorms as well.
The main threats will be damaging winds and large hail, but a tornado is also possible where stronger storms develop.
Here is a day-by-day outlook of what to expect over the next few days from these rounds of storms.
There is a slight risk of strong to severe thunderstorms on Monday from parts of the central High Plains into the Ozarks and northern Oklahoma.
Damaging wind gusts and hail are the main hazards expected with this activity, the SPC said.
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Flash flood threat
In addition to the severe storms, areas of locally heavy rain are also expected in parts of the Plains into early next week.
There's still some lingering uncertainty regarding where the heaviest rainfall will set up, but confidence is increasing that some spots could pick up at least a few inches of rain. Flash flooding might become a concern in some locations.
The threat of severe weather continues Tuesday adan is likely across the Southern Plains. The biggest danger will be large hail, flooding rain and powerful winds.
Temperatures cool across the Ohio Valley into Tuesday.