Nearly 64 million Americans could have tornados Monday as prevalent storms mind for major Northeast metropolitan areas and record-breaking heat continues in the western world.
Damaging winds, large hail, brief tornadoes and flash flooding are possible around the New England, and storms are anticipated to accentuate because they change from the western Appalachian Mountain tops toward the New England.
The Northeast may also see flash flooding.
New You are able to City, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Hartford, Connecticut, and Albany, New You are able to, could feel the worst from the storms, that are likely to arrive this mid-day.
A serious storm watch continues to be issued through 8 p.m. for servings of the Northeast. Severe storm watches have been in effect for 11 New England states stretching from New York to Maine.
Meanwhile, potentially record-breaking heat is anticipated in the western world for the following a few days. Areas near Phoenix could hit 120 levels F this mid-day. Temperatures in Vegas could achieve 115 levels F on Tuesday.
About 36 million Americans they are under heat advisories and warnings over the Southwest.