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Claudette Impacts the Southeast U.S.; Severe Thunderstorms Sunday; A Heat Wave Persists in West

Heavy rainfall from Claudette may bring additional flash, urban and small stream flooding from Georgia into the Carolinas on Sunday. Scattered severe thunderstorms may occur Sunday across parts of the Midwest into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. The dangerous and record-breaking heat and critical fire weather conditions will continue across much of the western U.S. on Sunday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jun. 20, 2021 at 2:39:27 am PDT

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Hot temperatures will cover most of the area Sunday and Monday over southern Oregon and northern California. Most of the valleys will see temperatures hit 100 on Sunday and Monday with highs in the low to mid 90’s in valleys to the north. Along the coast, temperatures will be cooler and in the upper 60’s to 70’s at times. With warm overnight lows, we’ve issued an excessive heat warning for Jackson, Josephine and Siskiyou Counties.
We’re expecting some triple digit heat in the region on Sunday into Monday as highs push into the lower 100’s and lows stay in the upper 60’s. With this extended period of hot temperatures, the heat risk will remain become high in Jackson, Josephine and Siskiyou Counties. What can you do now? Drink before you’re thirsty. Reduce time in the sun. Avoid strenuous activity. Seek air-conditioned buildings. Check on elderly & neighbors. Help kids & pets stay cool.

 

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