Hailstones the size of ping-pong balls have already fallen in Florida and Texas.
After two weeks of deadly storms that have devastated southern states, another severe storm is heading for Texas, Louisiana and Florida.
On Monday, a new storm will begin moving south with severe thunderstorms expected from Dallas to Shreveport, Louisiana, and Jackson, Mississippi. There is a strong possibility of damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes as well.
Already in the past 24 hours, hail the size of a ping-pong ball has fallen on Florida and West Texas.
Severe weather is expected across the Gulf Coast and the Southeast from New Orleans to Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday. Multiple tornadoes will be possible in Montgomery, Alabama, central Georgia and South Carolina.
Another western storm system will begin to move through the same areas on Wednesday, potentially bringing more damaging winds, a few tornadoes and large hail from Birmingham, Alabama to Atlanta and Asheville, North Carolina.
To the west, an atmospheric river is pounding Washington and Oregon with up to several feet of snow in the mountains, and there is a threat of low-level flooding around the states as well as the coast. The gusty winds from this storm will stretch from Washington to Wyoming, where gusts could reach 100 mph.
Snow totals in the Washington and Oregon Cascades could reach several feet over the next 48 hours. In the Rockies, up to a foot of snow is possible from Idaho to northern Colorado.
Meanwhile, in the Southwest, particularly parts of California, record heat is expected by the end of the week, with temperatures reaching the mid-upper 90s. Triple-digit numbers are possible Thursday in areas such as Burbank, Sacramento and San Jose.
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