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A Soggy Sunday in the Mid-Atlantic; Warm in the Pacific Northwest

Lingering rain showers will continue across the Mid-Atlantic region on Sunday from a continuing decaying Ian. In the wake of Ian, the southeast and Florida should be mostly sunny and dry. Out in the Pacific Northwest, warm temperatures are likely with perhaps a record high or two. It will also be warm in the northern and central Plains with the latter expecting elevated fire weather conditions. Read More >

Overview

A strong storm system moved across the area Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning. This system produced severe thunderstorms and high winds across northeast Colorado, with snow across the mountains, valley areas and higher foothills. On the plains, 1 to 2 inches of rain fell. A severe thunderstorm shortly after midnight, known as a macroburst, moved south to north across Washington, Logan, Phillips and Sedgwick counties. The macroburst clocked winds over 100 mph, and broke and uprooted trees and damaged buildings.

Akron Colorado courthouse wind damage with bent flagpole
Akron CO Courthouse June 9 2020
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