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Severe Thunderstorms With Heavy Rain Possible from the Upper Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic; Excessive Heat For Central U.S.

Storms will move from the Upper Great Lakes to the Ohio Valley/Lower Great Lakes into the northern Mid-Atlantic through the day. Damaging winds, large hail, and flooding will be the primary threats with these storms. Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in place for states in the Central Plains, the Southeast, and the Mid-Atlantic. Localized flash flooding may occur in the Southwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 22, 2017 at 4:44:15 am CDT

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Here are some heat safety tips for you, your family and pets!
Low storm chances are possible northeast of a Sherman-Greenville- Emory line on Tuesday. High pressure will once again build back through the middle and end of next week, resulting in heat index values to rise between 105-110 on Thursday and Friday.

 
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