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Claudette Moving Across the Southeast; Severe Storms Midwest and Great Lakes

Claudette is expected to become a tropical storm while moving across the Southeast with gusty winds, heavy rain with flash flooding, and a couple of tornadoes. Scattered storms with all hazards and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding are expected in the Midwest to the Great Lakes, with isolated storms into the East. Dangerous heat and critical fire weather threats persist in the West. Read More >

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