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Severe thunderstorms possible over the Mid Atlantic and Northeast U.S.

Severe thunderstorms may develop Monday afternoon and evening over portions of the Mid Atlantic and Northeast U.S. A few of the storms could contain damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rainfall. The severe weather threat will shift to the upper Midwest and Great Lakes by Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Jul. 24, 2017 at 12:19:17 am CDT

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A decaying cluster of storms will continue moving through North Texas tonight. Strong winds and localized flooding will be the main hazards as the cluster dissipates while approaching Interstate 20.
Rain chances and heat will continue Monday afternoon. Increased cloud coverage will result in slightly cooler high temperatures. The main hazards with thunderstorms that do develop will be strong downburst winds, lightning, and heavy rain. Most activity should dissipate late Monday evening.
An upper level ridge will build east bringing hot, rain-free weather. By the end of the work week, the ridge will shift back to the west, resulting in low chances of showers and thunderstorms generally along and north of I-20 Friday afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 90s to low 100s across much of North and Central Texas. Heat index values will climb during the week, likely reaching 110-111 degrees by midweek and continuing through Friday.

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