A fresh storm process is moving out of the Rockies to the Plains and the South on Monday through Wednesday with damaging winds, large hail and tornado threats.
Severe weather is expected on Monday for its Upper Midwest in North Dakota, Minnesota and also Wisconsin where destructive winds and large hail is going to be the largest threat.
On Tuesday, another storm will go from the Rockies and dive south to the southern Plains and portions of the Deep South with a danger for damaging winds, tornadoes and large hail.
On Tuesday the danger for all these damaging storms will likely be for Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri and about Wednesday the danger moves into Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee.
Meanwhile, its warm, dry and windy forward and south of these storm methods.
Elsewhere, many brush fires broke out due to these dry windy conditions and also there have been just two brush fires beyond Los Angeles at Simi Valley on Sunday.
Additionally, a number of brush fires broke out outside Milwaukee Wisconsin, early in the holiday weekend with some evacuations in effect at the moment.
Winds gusted to near 70 miles from the Plains on Sunday producing hazardous fire conditions.
Additionally, heaps of record drops were broken yesterday containing Phoenix which attained 98, Denver struck 80, Rochester at Minnesota appeared at 81 and Valentine, Nebraska, forced it to 89 -- that the warmest temp actually recorded this early in this season.
On Monday, 11 states from California to Vermont are beneath red flag warnings and end alerts as low temperatures, gusty winds and bone-dry states will create critical fire threat in these regions.