The slow-moving system has already dropped large hail and inches of rainfall in parts of Texas and Missouri.
The National Weather Service announced a tornado watch has now been issued for parts of Florida and Georgia.
Parts of the Midwest brace for more flooding and heavy rain this week, after storms claimed the lives of at least five people over the weekend.
Bitter cold and strong winds hindered some athletes this week, but temperatures are expected to creep back up.
A boil water advisory is still in effect for much of the state.
The threat of direct impact on areas from the Carolinas to mid-Atlantic U.S. states is decreasing, the National Hurricane Center said.
A hurricane watch for a portion of the U.S. could be required as early as Thursday night.
The storm is expected to head toward the U.S. East Coast over the weekend.
The Midwest was expected to experience bad weather on Monday, hours before the MLB's Home Run Derby.
The beer giant is encouraging Americans to crack open a cold can of water.
At least ten people are dead and numerous people are missing after storms slammed the states during the Memorial Day weekend.
The hottest place was Allahabad, a city which saw mercury rise to 117.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
Despite the destruction wrought by Noul, it also brought much needed rains to rice and corn farms that had been hit by intense summer heat.
Forecasters warned of the worst cold in two decades from another arctic front this week.
Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak has come under criticism for his slow response
San Francisco is drenched, and social media is inundated with storm references.