Tropical Hurricane Elsa threatens to flood the East Coast from the Mediterranean to the Northeast and New England.
In addition to tropical storm warnings during storms, there are flood warnings in areas where strong winds can cause power outages and damage to trees.
When it comes to flooding, the event is less covered, but there is a gradual storm in South Texas, where 3 to 6 inches of rain accumulates quickly.
It may rain more than 10 inches in some places.
The system, which runs through the central U.S., poses a risk of strong and severe storms along the Midwest and the Mississippi River.
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The best chance for heavy hail, noxious winds, and multiple tornadoes is from eastern Nebraska to Iowa, northern Missouri, and western Illinois.
Overheating warnings are still in place in the Great Basin and the Southwest Desert, as overheating persists over the weekend and early next week.