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Threat for Flooding Continues Across Central and Eastern Portions of the U.S.; Fire Weather Concerns Continue Out West

The threat for heavy rainfall and localized flash flooding will continue across portions of the Northeast through Tuesday, while a slow-moving storm system will keep the threat for flooding across parts of the Central U.S. through mid-week. Across the West, elevated fire weather conditions will continue, along with the risk for dry thunderstorms. Read More >

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