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Excessive Heat in the Central U.S. This Week; Monsoon Rains Return to the Southwest Late This Week

A sultry several days is expected across the central half of the U.S. as excessive heat warnings and heat advisories stretch from the northern Plains to the northwestern Gulf Coast. Flash flooding impacts will be possible across northern Utah and Colorado into southern Wyoming late this week into the weekend as monsoonal rainfall ramps back up in complex terrain, burned areas, and urban areas. Read More >

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