US states prepare for severe storms as map reveals record-breaking temperatures

Aiexpress – According to a new map, warm weather is expected to continue in states from Texas to the Midwest, potentially resulting in the breaking of hundreds of temperature records across the US this week.

Cities across the world are set to experience record-breaking temperatures this week, with some places expected to see their warmest February day ever. The forecast indicates that Monday or Tuesday could bring unprecedented heat to multiple cities.

Over 250 million Americans are expected to experience temperatures above average, with Indianapolis and Chicago set to reach highs in the 70s. In certain areas of Texas and Oklahoma, temperatures could soar into the 80s and 90s.

Forecasters are predicting that Dallas will experience 95-degree weather on Monday, while St. Louis is expected to reach a high of 83 degrees on Tuesday. These temperatures mark the warmest day of the year so far in both cities. It is worth noting that Dallas typically does not see such hot weather until late April.

Temperatures in Omaha, Nebraska, are set to soar into the 70s on Monday, defying the usual 40-degree temperatures for this time of year. According to forecasts, several other cities are also expected to experience temperatures up to 40 degrees above average throughout the week.


Illinois, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Minnesota, Arkansas, Tennessee, Iowa, and Kansas may also witness record-breaking temperatures at the beginning of the week. The warm weather will gradually move towards the northeast by Wednesday, accompanied by a storm that could potentially result in record warm-lows across the region.

Philadelphia and New York City may reach temperatures in the 60s, with the possibility of thunderstorms developing near the Great Lakes later on Tuesday. These thunderstorms are expected to bring rain to a large portion of the eastern region through Thursday.

A cross-country storm will bring a cold front that will cool off temperatures once again towards the end of the week. After Wednesday, temperatures are predicted to drop as much as 20 degrees below average. In Dallas, the mercury could plunge from the 90s to the low 50s, while residents in Chicago will experience the chill with wind speeds potentially reaching single digits on Wednesday.

Overnight on Tuesday, approximately 25 million people will face storm risks in areas including Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Toledo, Ohio. The forecast predicts the possibility of hail, tornadoes, and strong winds, posing potential damage.

The National Weather Service predicts that the central US will experience unseasonable and record warmth over the next two days, with temperatures potentially reaching up to 40 degrees above normal. In addition, there is a high chance of severe thunderstorms across parts of the Midwest to the Great Lakes, bringing with them damaging gusts, large hail, and the possibility of a few tornadoes.

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