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Showers and Thunderstorms in the Southeast and the North-Central US

A stationary front along the Gulf coast and into the Southeast will produce showers and thunderstorms in the vicinity over the next several day, producing locally heavy rains and isolated flash flooding. Strong thunderstorms may impact parts of the Upper Midwest, Great Lakes, and Montana. Read More >

A Heat Advisory remains in effect for the San Joaquin Valley, West Side Hills, Sierra Nevada foothills and the Lake Isabella area until 9 PM PDT Tuesday evening. Heat sensitive people and those who are new to the area will be most prone to heat illness. Dehydration and prolonged exposure or strenuous physical activity outdoors during the hottest time of day could lead to heat exhaustion and/or heat stroke. If you have to be outside during the afternoon, wear sunscreen, drink plenty of water, and wear light colored, loose fitting clothing.
When it is hot, wear lightweight, loose-fitting and light-colored clothing to reflect heat and sunlight. Hats are also a good idea to protect your face and scalp from harmful UV rays if you will be spending time directly in the sunshine. Also, don’t forget to apply sunscreen liberally. Please also refer to www.weather.gov/heatsafety for more information on heat safety.

 

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HNX Area Smoke Forecast from the Experimental HRRR model