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Excessive Heat Continues Across the West

Dangerously hot temperatures are expected again for much of the Pacific Northwest and portions of the Southwest. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible across portions of New Mexico and southern High Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 25, 2017 at 3:44:18 pm CDT

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It will be partly sunny today with a chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms across the west and south. Highs will be in the 80s with east winds 5 to 10 mph.
Increasing cloud cover tonight with a low chance for a few showers to the south. Low temperatures will generally be in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Isolated thunderstorms will be possible near the I-20 corridor Monday and Tuesday, with better chances across Central Texas. The remainder of the the week will remain dry. Temperatures will continue to warm closer to normals for late June and early July as the week progresses.
Almost everyone picked up measurable (at least 0.01") rain late Friday and into Saturday across North and Central Texas. The big winners were generally west of I-35, where numerous locations picked up in excess of 1.5" of rain. DFW was a big winner as well, recording a daily rainfall record of 3.84"!
Yesterday's 3.31 inches of rain at Waco not only set a daily record for June 24th, but is also almost as much as we normally receive during the whole month of June. Yesterday's rainfall also put us 6.17 inches above normal for the year. So far this month, we have received 4.72 inches of rain which would make this the 25th wettest June in the 116 years of records for the official Waco site. The top 5 wettest Junes are 12.06 in 1961, 10.55 in 1927, 10.21 in 1938. 9.89 in 1919 and 8.76 in 2007.

 
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