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Flash Flood Threats in the Southeast and Rockies; Excessive Heat in the Southwest

Flash and small stream flooding threats linger across the southern Rockies Wednesday. Strong thunderstorms with heavy downpours may cause local flash flooding along portions of the Southeast states into Thursday. Excessive heat will continue to impact the southern California mountains and deserts into Arizona and Nevada into Thursday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 4, 2021 at 2:21:30 am MDT

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Another round of abnormal heat is expected beginning Tuesday and lasting into Wednesday. Above normal temperatures are expected across all of western Montana and central Idaho, but the most extreme temperatures are expected for the lower valleys of northwest Montana (near the Idaho border) and central Idaho. Daytime temperatures into the low 100s with overnight temperatures in the 60s can lead to heat exhaustion or stroke for people who are exposed to the elements. Hot and dry conditions may also lead to increased wildfire activity. Please remember: Do not leave pets or loved ones in parked vehicles.

 

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