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The Nation’s Weather for Thursday, August 6, 2020



A weak storm system sliding through the mid-Atlantic

tomorrow will be responsible for sparking showers and

thunderstorms across portions of the mid-Atlantic and

Southeast that were recently drenched by Isaias. Some of the

storms could rekindle flooding concerns, especially if they

track over some of the hardest-hit areas. Farther north

across the Northeast and New England, high pressure overhead

will allow residents to dry out in the wake of Isaias.

Similarly across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, dry

weather is expected as well. Another round of showers and

thunderstorms are expected to blossom across the Plains as a

storm system slides out of the Rockies and into the High

Plains. With the exception of a few showers across the

Pacific Northwest, much of the West will remain dry.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Wednesday 108 at Imperial, CA

National Low Wednesday 32 at Daniel, WY


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