The Nation's Weather for Friday, May 24, 2019



High pressure will continue to slowly build eastward from

the Great Lakes into the Northeast tomorrow. There will be a

few showers exiting New England. Meanwhile, another round of

heavier showers and severe thunderstorms will cause some

risks in the central Plains. These storms will have the

dangers of recent events with gusty winds, large hail and

even tornadoes. The best chance for this will be from West

Texas into southeastern Missouri. Another system will

produce showers along it in the Northwest from Washington to

Montana and southward to California to Utah. In the

Southeast, high pressure will provide the region with plenty

of sunshine. It will also be hot with temperatures well into

the 90s in many areas.


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National High Thursday 101 at Pecos, TX

National Low Thursday 20 at Climax, CO


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