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An Active Weather Wednesday

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday in parts of the Ohio Valley, Upper Mississippi Valley and south-central Plains. These storms may produce heavy rain and flooding in the Ohio Valley. Meanwhile, a strong cold front will sweep through the Northwest U.S. with rain, mountain snow and high winds. Finally, heat and record high temperatures are likely across the Southern U.S. Read More >

High temperatures throughout Central California Sunday afternoon will be around ten degrees above normal for this time of year. Maximum temperatures across Central California Monday afternoon will be twelve to fourteen degrees above their typical values for the latter half of May.
High temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley Sunday afternoon will be in the mid 90s, resulting in an enhanced risk for heat-related illnesses. Although heat events like this are relatively common and happen many times a year, heat-related impacts are possible Sunday afternoon for those new to the area if simple precautions are not taken. Plan to take action to reduce time outdoors, drink plenty of water, and remain in air-conditioned buildings. Heat-sensitive groups, such as the elderly, young children, and those with chronic ailments may need assistance to avoid heat-related illness. As always, never, ever leave a child or pet in an enclosed automobile.
High temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley Monday afternoon will be in the upper 90s, resulting in an enhanced risk for heat-related illnesses. Although heat events like this are relatively common and happen many times a year, heat-related impacts are possible Monday afternoon for those new to the area if simple precautions are not taken. Plan to take action to reduce time outdoors, drink plenty of water, and remain in air-conditioned buildings. Heat-sensitive groups, such as the elderly, young children, and those with chronic ailments may need assistance to avoid heat-related illness. As always, never, ever leave a child or pet in an enclosed automobile.
High temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley Monday afternoon will be twelve to fifteen degrees above normal for this time of year, resulting in an enhanced risk for heat-related illnesses. Although heat events like this are relatively common and happen many times a year, heat-related impacts are possible Monday afternoon for those new to the area if simple precautions are not taken. Plan to take action to reduce time outdoors, drink plenty of water, and remain in air-conditioned buildings. Heat-sensitive groups, such as the elderly, young children, and those with chronic ailments may need assistance to avoid heat-related illness. As always, never, ever leave a child or pet in an enclosed automobile

 

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