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Monsoon Flooding Threats Continue; Storms Possible in the Mid-Atlantic

Monsoon moisture will primarily stretch from the northern Great Basin to the south and central Rockies. Flash flooding, and mud and debris flows, especially on burn scars will be possible. Strong to severe storms that could produce damaging winds and locally heavy rain will be possible in the Mid-Atlantic, Deep South, and Northeast. Fire weather threats persist for portions of the Northwest. Read More >

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