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The Weather Hazard Threefold

A large dome of high pressure will continue the sweltering heat in parts of the West and the central Plains. Meanwhile, a cold front will produce severe thunderstorms, capable of all hazards, the next few days from the Mid-Upper Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes. Finally, Potential Tropical Cyclone Three will bring heavy rain and flooding to the northern Gulf Coast. Read More >

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 03/25/18  LF