Cold front brings storms to the Midwest as wildfire danger persists in the west



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What remains of post-tropical Cyclone Nicholas continues to bring flood risk from Louisiana to the Florida panhandle.

NICHOLAS CAUSES FLOODING IN GULF COAST STATES STILL RECOVERY FROM HURRICANE IDA

A cold front moving through the upper Midwest will spread heavy storms scattered throughout the area.

Forecast Radar for the Upper Midwest

Forecast radar for the upper Midwest
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Large hail, destructive winds, heavy precipitation and isolated tornadoes will be possible.

We are seeing two disturbances over the Atlantic Ocean that are expected to turn into tropical lows and storms in the coming days.

Tropical models

Tropical models
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A disturbance in the northeastern Bahamas has the potential to develop over the next few days, but will remain off the east coast.

THE FUTURE OF THE REMOTE LOUISIANA COMMUNITY UNCERTAINED AFTER THE MASSIVE DETASTATION OF HURRICANE IDA

The system will bring choppy waves and high rip current risk before the weekend.

Areas of concern across the Atlantic

Areas of concern across the Atlantic
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Another disturbance off the African coast will likely develop in the next few days, cross the Atlantic and possibly move just north of the northern Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico by the middle of next week.

Bermuda may also need to monitor this system in about 10 days.

Wildfire danger in the West

Wildfire danger in the West
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Fire weather watches and red flag warnings are in effect in the Northern Rockies as dry fuels and gusty winds through Thursday keep the forest fire threat high.

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