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Severe Storms and Record Heat in the interior Northwest U.S.

A powerful system off the California coast will produce strong to severe storms with locally heavy rain and flash flooding, large hail, and severe weather across the Northwest U.S.. Storms with destructive winds and a slight tornado risk may develop in eastern Washington and Oregon. Fire Weather threats remain Critical across the Great Basin with record heat, and windy and dry conditions. Read More >

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