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Excessive Heat Continues in the Southwest

Temperatures across the Desert Southwest could exceed 115 degrees once again today. A cold front will drop temperatures somewhat across the Pacific Northwest, but gusty winds will create high fire danger across the Great Basin, Utah and interior Northwest. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms are possible across the central and northern plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Jun. 26, 2017 at 3:43:24 pm CDT

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A weak cold front has moved off the coast and flushed out much of the tropical moisture for the time being. Only isolated thunderstorms are expected to linger near the Louisiana coast over the next couple of days, while interior sections of the mid-Gulf States remain relatively dry. The moisture begins to surge northward Tuesday night. Meanwhile, temperatures will be creeping closer to 90 degrees in some locations by Tuesday.
Climate data for June 26th.


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