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Severe Thunderstorms For The Upper Midwest; Monsoon Continues In The Southwest

Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible today in portions of the upper Midwest into the Great Lakes region. Heavy rain, large hail, and damaging winds will all be possible, but a tornado cannot be ruled out either. The monsoonal flash flood threat remains until midweek in the Desert Southwest and Southern Rockies. Hot temperatures return to the middle of the country today. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 25, 2017 at 4:30:37 pm CDT

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...A Heat Advisory has been posted for Wednesday for all of Northeast Texas, Southeast Oklahoma and the western half of Southwest Arkansas and Northern Louisiana... Hot and humid conditions will return to the region on Wednesday with the end result being very high Heat Index temperatures. Expect late morning, afternoon and early evening Heat Index temperatures on Wednesday between 105 and 109 degrees. Heat related illnesses may become possible for those outdoors, especially when out in direct sunlight. Remember if you must be outdoors on Wednesday, to drink plenty of water and stay in the shade if possible.
Mostly clear skies are expected tonight with overnight lows dropping into the lower to mid 70s. The heat will quickly return on Wednesday with a heat advisory in effect for much of the region. Afternoon highs will average in the mid 90s with afternoon heat index readings ranging from 100-109 degrees.
Here are some heat safety tips if you have to be outside during this period of very hot and humid conditions.
The heat is cranking up once again as an upper level ridge of high pressure builds back across our region. Afternoon high temperatures will average in the mid 90s with a few isolated showers and storms possible, mainly over our eastern sections. Heat index values will range between 100-105 degrees. Overnight lows will fall into the mid 70s by daybreak on Wednesday.
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