Here’s a summary of the weather outlook for various regions:

Florida Peninsula: Expect a very stormy and wet week ahead with multiple rounds of intense downpour producing storms, potentially leading to flash and urban flooding. Slight Risks of Excessive Rainfall are in effect for Tuesday and Wednesday, with the threat possibly continuing into the weekend.

Texas: Moderate to locally heavy rainfall continues, with storms expected particularly in central Texas. There’s a risk of flash flooding, albeit not as high as in Florida. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms for the Edwards Plateau on Tuesday.

Upper Midwest: Showers and thunderstorms are forecast as a frontal system passes through the region, with a greater chance of thunderstorms by Wednesday afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Slight Risk for the threat of very large hail and damaging winds.

West Coast and Southwest: Heat-related advisories and warnings are in place for central California valleys and portions of the Southwest, where temperatures are expected to soar well into the 100s. The heat risk is considered ‘Major’ and will expand into southern New Mexico and far west Texas by Wednesday. Above-average temperatures are also forecast for portions of the north-central U.S.

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