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Severe Weather Threat Across the East

Scattered severe storms may produce damaging winds, hail, a few tornadoes, and isolated flash flooding from the Northeast into the Mid-Atlantic today. Severe storms are also expected to move from eastern New Mexico into the Texas Panhandle today with a threat for large hail and severe wind gusts. Record-breaking heat is expected across the south through the week. Read More >

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Track of Hurricane Katrina   Hurricane Katrina as a Category 5 hurricnae   Radar loop of Hurricane Katrina at landfall
Map of Hurricane Katrina's track. Graphic is courtesy of the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies.   Visible satellite image of Hurricane Katrina on August 28th, 2005, at 7:19am, as it was a Category 5 hurricane. Image is courtesy of the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies.   Radar loop of Hurricane katrina making landfall on the morning of Monday, August 29th, 2005.