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Severe Weather/Heavy Rain in the Southeast, Tropical Depression Three Dissipates and Building Heat and Monsoon in the West

A strong cold front will progress into the southeast today with the threat for severe thunderstorms and flash flooding. Tropical Depression Three dissipates off the east coast of Florida. Finally out West, monsoonal moisture will produce a marginal threat for flash flooding in the Four Corners region the next few days, while heat gradually builds in the Desert Southwest and portions of California. Read More >

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