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The Nation’s Weather for Friday, July 30, 2021



An area of rain and thunderstorms is expected to move

through Maine tomorrow. Thunderstorms will dot the landscape

from North Carolina to Missouri and northwestward to South

Dakota. A few slow-moving storms will erupt in the hot,

humid air along the immediate Gulf Coast. Farther west,

thunderstorms will continue to fire over the interior

Southwest. The storms are expected to be most numerous in

Utah and Arizona, where localized flash flooding may occur.

Elsewhere across the region, the storms could produce more

lightning than rain and may spark additional wildfires. Much

of Washington and Oregon away from the coast will have

temperatures in the 90s F, with much of eastern Washington

topping the century mark. Cooler air will be found over

northern New England and upstate New York.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Thursday 113 at Thermal, CA

National Low Thursday 38 at Bodie State Park, CA


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