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Fire Weather Concerns for Parts of California; Cool Temperatures for Much of the Midwest and East

Hot and dry conditions will continue through Friday across portions of California, resulting in critical fire weather conditions. Poor air quality will also persist over the West Coast and Plains due to wildfire smoke. Elsewhere, much of the Midwest and eastern U.S. will experience cool weather into Saturday. Heavy rainfall will result in some flooding concerns over South Florida. Read More >

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Fall Weather Hazards and Safety

Published 2020-09-05

https://www.weather.gov/wrn/fall-safety

August 2020 In Review

Published 2020-09-01

August 2020 In Review

Preliminary August 30th, 2020 Storm Survey

Published 2020-08-31

Severe Weather This Evening and Tonight

Published 2020-08-27

One or two clusters of strong to severe storms are expected to track across much of central and northeastern South Dakota and west central Minnesota this evening and tonight. Damaging straight-line winds in excess of 80 mph are the main threat, but large hail and isolated tornadoes are also possible.

Severe Storms Possible Tonight

Published 2020-08-27

Severe storms are possible late this afternoon through tonight. Western and central SD will have the best potential of seeing large hail (> 2”) and damaging winds (> 70 mph) late this afternoon into this evening. An isolated tornado will be possible.

2020 Fire Weather Zone Changes

Published 2020-08-13

Web page detailing changes to WFO Aberdeen's Fire Weather Zones in the Fall of 2020.

July 2020 in Review

Published 2020-08-02

July 2020 in Review

July 31st Severe Storms Recap

Published 2020-08-01

July 31st Severe Storms Recap

Dangerous Heat and Storms Possible Today

Published 2020-07-24

Heat index values of 100 to 110 degrees are expected this afternoon and evening. Additionally, strong to severe storms are possible from late this afternoon into the night (large hail, damaging winds and torrential rainfall are the main threats).

A Preliminary Summary Of Storm Reports --- July 17th-18th Severe Weather Event

Published 2020-07-18

Text-only preliminary event summary LSR with map via NWSChat