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Scattered Thunderstorms Across the Eastern U.S. Today; Risk for Some Severe Thunderstorms and Flash Flooding

A cold front moving through the eastern U.S. will bring thunderstorms and heavy rainfall to that part of the country today, with localized flash flooding possible from the Northeast to the Deep South. Severe thunderstorms are possible across the Northeast and northern Mid-Atlantic. Out west, windy, dry conditions are keeping fire weather threats elevated. Read More >

Through the first 12 days of June, International Falls has received 5.36 inches of rain. This ranks as the 2nd wettest June 1st to June 12th period on record. The wettest period for that stretch was in 2002 when 5.54 inches of rain fell. The entire month of June 2002 saw 8.29 inches of rain which is the most recorded for a June in station history. Normal precipitation for the first 12 days of June is 1.40 inches and 3.92 inches is normal for the entire month.