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Widespread Summer Heat; Enhanced Severe Weather

A large ridge of high pressure continues to deliver summer heat w/ humidity in several sections of the country. Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in effect across the Desert Southwest, south-central Plains, Mid to Lower Mississippi Valley and a small part of the Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, an enhanced risk of organized severe thunderstorms is possible from Iowa to Illinois and Indiana. Read More >

National Weather Service San Juan welcomes your reports of severe weather.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                For the information to be of best use to us, please submit your report as soon as possible after a severe weather event. Please limit your submissions to events in which you have witnessed. Always include the time the event happened and the location.

  • Tornado, waterspout, or funnel cloud: Give as much detail as possible regarding your location and how far away and in what direction you observed the feature.
     
  • Wind Damage: Any structural damage, downed trees, downed power lines, etc.
     
  • Hail: Specify the size, location, and time of occurrence.
     
  • Flooding: Report any flooding of roads, homes, or businesses.
     
  • Heavy Rain: Rain reports are always welcome, including storm totals. Rain totals of more than 3" in a hour are also helpful.

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