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Flash Flood Concerns in Mid-Atlantic, Severe Weather Threats in Upper Midwest, and Fire Weather in the West

Once again, heavy rain and thunderstorms may produce flash flooding across the Mid-Atlantic region today. Flash flood watches are in effect, which includes the Philadelphia and Washington D.C. metro areas. Meanwhile, severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail are possible from North Dakota into Minnesota. Finally, red flag warnings are in effect across several states in the West. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Aug. 7, 2020 at 9:31:26 am MDT

National Weather Service Boise, IDNational Weather Service Pocatello, IDNational Weather Service Western and Central Wyoming
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National Weather Service Grand Junction, CO
National Weather Service Las Vegas, NVNational Weather Service Flagstaff, AZNational Weather Service Albuquerque, NM

Gusty winds and dry conditions are expected today across portions of southern and eastern Utah. Critical fire weather conditions will be created by low humidity and gusty south winds up to 35 mph. Be sure to follow fire safety tips including: -Ensuring campfires are completely out -Checking and obeying all fire restrictions in your area -Properly disposeing of cigarettes -Preventing sparks from lawnmowers and power equipment
Not much change in the weather expected over the next couple of week. Near normal temperatures and below normal precipitation are favored for much of the state.


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