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Heavy Rainfall For Parts Of Louisiana and Texas; Elevated/Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the Great Basin

Heavy rain from tropical showers/thunderstorms are possible for areas of Louisiana and Texas. The heavy rain and possible flooding are likely to persist the next few days, especially in southeast Texas. Critical fire weather threats continue for much of the Great Basin, from dry/windy conditions. Finally, rip currents/heavy surf are likely to continue from Florida to the Carolinas from Humberto. Read More >

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