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Dangerous Heat in the West; Flash Flooding Possible Across the Southern US

Dangerous heat is expected across areas in Texas and from Washington through California. Several daily high temperature records are expected to be either tied or broken in the West. Monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows over the Southwestern U.S. through Friday. Locally heavy rain is expected from thunderstorms in the Southeast. Read More >

October 26, 2010
Severe Weather & Tornadoes

Low pressure moved northeast through the Ohio Valley early on the morning of Monday, February 28. A cold front passed through the region, interacting with an airmass that was unseasonably warm and moist for late winter. This weather system produced widespread heavy rainfall and severe weather, as a squall line moved east through the forecast area.