***Stormy weather ahead of cold front for the East Coast ***
***Fresh surge of cooler and drier weather for the Eastern U.S.***
***Another frontal system for the Rockies***
Numerous showers and thunderstorms will continue to breakout ahead of a cold front slowly crossing the Appalachians Sunday night. The widespread threat of flash flooding has diminished...but some storms could still contain locally heavy downpours and severe weather. SPC has highlighted a slight risk area from the Delmarva northeastward into Maine.
The stormy weather will be slow to push through the Eastern U.S. on Monday...but by Tuesday morning...the northern portion of the front will push out into the Atlantic...leaving behind cooler and drier air for the Northeast and northern Mid-Atlantic states.
Meanwhile...a persistent supply of deep moisture across Florida will allow for showers and thunderstorms to continue to soak the sunshine state.
Out west...a cold front will drop southeastward out of the Northwestern
corner of the country. A lack of moisture will limit any shower activity
across much of the Great Basin...but as the upper energy supporting this system slides farther inland and closes off...some moderate to heavy rains will develop across the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains.