|Overall Severe Risk|
|Risk of Hail|
It can be expected that showers and storms will develop later into the afternoon in the Great Lakes regions, starting out as supercells. Eventually, these supercells will align to form bowing segments, capable of damaging winds and potentially large hail. These supercells are unlikely to be tornadic, but some rotation does appear to be possible.
As the same cold front extends farther south, there will be a risk for more strong showers and thunderstorms, with hail being the main risk. Thus, strong updrafts and instability can be expected within this region. With the massive heat wave currently engulfing the eastern US, this cool front will be relief for many down South.
A disturbance is in the Northeast region, and should be able to provoke various showers and storms, some of which could be on the stronger side.