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Another Day with Severe Storm Potential, then Quieter Weather

Severe storms may produce damaging winds, large hail, and, locally, heavy rain from the Middle Mississippi Valley to the Great Lakes on Tuesday. By Wednesday, weather conditions settle into a quieter summer-time weather pattern. A trough will keep conditions cool and unsettled in the Pacific Northwest, and fire weather threats elevated in the Great Basin. Elsewhere, summer warmth is expected. Read More >

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