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Fay Impacting New England; Storrmy in the Mississippi Valley; Dangerous Heat in the Southwest

Weakening Fay continues to move northward into New England with heavy rain, flash flooding, and gusty winds. Strong to severe storms may also develop in the Mississippi Valley. Heat building this weekend into Monday across the Southwest are forecast to produce temperatures in the 110s with up to 125 in the hottest areas, and Texas heat indices in the 100s will continue. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 11, 2020 at 4:50:14 am CDT

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A complex of thunderstorms may approach North Texas from the north late tonight and early Sunday morning. Any storms should be weakening as they move into the area, but will pose a threat for strong wind gusts. Rain chances are generally 20-40 percent.
Hot and humid conditions will continue all weekend with a Heat Advisory in effect for the entire region. Heat index values will climb into the 105 to 110 degree range with actual air temperatures in the upper 90s to near 106 degrees. Be sure to practice your heat safety precautions!
The Texas Summer furnace will remain on for the rest of the week with temperatures remaining at or above triple digits through the middle of the week. Towards the end of the week, temperatures should become more seasonal in the mid to upper 90s.
With the heat increasing by the weekend, we want to make sure everyone takes the necessary steps to protect themselves, coworkers, family, friends and pets.
Here's a quick reminder of the terminology for the different heat products, like Heat Advisory vs. Extreme Heat Warning. We can't stressed enough how important is to practice heat safety, especially for the upcoming days.

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