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Excessive Rainfall and Flooding Threat in the South; Hazardous Heat in the Western U.S. Expanding to the Northern Plains

Multiple rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms across portions of the Texas and Louisiana Coast will likely lead to flash, urban, small stream and river flooding. An additional heavy rainfall threat will exist from the Lower Mississippi Valley through the southern Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, a dangerous heat threat will continue across the Western U.S. and northern Plains through Thursday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Jul 24, 2024 at 5:22:20 pm CDT

On and off showers and storms, mainly across Central and East Texas, will continue to be possible Thursday morning and afternoon. Another round of patchy fog is expected across Central Texas through mid- morning. Best chances for rain will be in the afternoon across Central and East Texas.
Unsettled weather will continue through the weekend with daily rain chances and near or below normal temperatures. The highest rain chances will be across Central and East Texas where multiple rounds of rainfall could result in flooding. Highs will gradually return to the 90s by the end of the weekend and next week.
Following the recent stretch of near or below normal temperatures, seasonably hot weather with highs in the upper 90s or triple digits will resume for the first week of August.

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