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Hazardous Heat Expanding into the Central and Eastern U.S.; Severe Thunderstorms in the Midwest into the Upper Great Lakes

Hazardous heat will expand into the Central and Eastern U.S. this week. Extremely dangerous heat, particularly for urban areas of the Southeast and East Coast, is forecast Monday through midweek. Many daily record highs are possible. Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected over parts of the Midwest into the Upper Great Lakes Region Monday, with damaging winds as the primary threat. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul 14, 2024 at 7:46:36 pm MDT

The greatest threat for strong to possibly severe thunderstorms is forecast to be along the Hi-Line this afternoon into this evening, where gusts of 58+ mph and hail quarter size or larger are possible. Those with outdoor plans should keep an eye to the sky and have multiple ways to receive warnings, particularly if near or in the area shaded in darker green. #MTwx
Heat can be a deadly weather hazard, even outside of heat waves. In fact, most heat-related deaths occur during milder weather. When outdoors in the heat, wear lightweight, loose-fitting, and light-colored clothing to reflect heat and sunlight. If you will be spending time outdoors, hats are also a good idea to protect your face and scalp from harmful UV rays. Also, don’t forget to apply sunscreen liberally. Know the signs of heat-related illness and seek medical attention if necessary. For more heat-related resources and tips, visit weather.gov/heat
Fire season is in full swing across Montana with hot and dry conditions expected to continue for at least the next week. It is very important that everyone do their part to prevent the start of a wildfire. Many everyday things can easily start a wildfire under our current weather and fuel conditions. Keep ignition sources far away from dry vegetation, wood, and other fuel. Be aware of weather conditions and always follow local, state, and federal regulations and restrictions.

 

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