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The Nation’s Weather for Tuesday, September 1, 2020

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NATIONAL SUMMARY

High pressure will begin to lose its grip on the Northeast

tomorrow, but not before much of the region experiences

another generally dry and cool day. Rain and storms will

continue for the coastal mid-Atlantic, while areas farther

inland have an opportunity to dry out. Scattered storms will

dot the Southeast, but a developing tropical system off the

coast will bring rough seas and an increased risk for rip

currents along the Atlantic coast. Severe storms will

develop over a swath from Texas to Missouri and will

threaten the area with damaging winds and heavy rainfall. A

few heavier storms will also impact the Great Lakes. Other

than a few afternoon storms over portions of Arizona, New

Mexico and Colorado, much of the West will remain dry and

smoky.

SPECIAL WEATHER

No new information for this time period.

WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS

No new information for this time period.

DAILY EXTREMES

National High Monday 102 at Del Rio, TX

National Low Monday 27 at West Yellowstone, MT

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