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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 4:34:28 am MDT

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A weather system will bring a chance for rain showers to the region from late Saturday through early Sunday. The rain will develop across northwest Montana Saturday evening and night, then spread towards southwest Montana by Sunday morning. The best chance for rainfall amounts greater than a tenth of an inch happen to be along and just west of the Continental Divide. Further west towards Idaho, lesser amounts of rain are expected. It will be a chilly and wet morning across western Montana, but clearing is expected by Sunday afternoon or evening. There is a slight chance of a thunderstorm and the impact with that would be an isolated lightning strike and a period of heavy rain.
Afternoon and evening thunderstorms will return across western Montana and central Idaho Tuesday and Wednesday. The primary storm threats include: cloud-to-ground lightning, small hail, and gusty winds.

 

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