The Nation's Weather for Wednesday, June 26, 2019



Showers and storms will stretch from interior parts of New

England to the Ohio and mid-Mississippi valleys tomorrow as

an elongated frontal boundary stretches out across the

region. To the south and east of the boundary, hot and humid

air will bake the Southeast and spread northward into the

mid-Atlantic. Strong, gusty thunderstorms will erupt late in

the day in parts of the western Plains, while dry and

pleasant conditions grace the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes

region. Hot and dry air will continue to enhance the threat

for wildfire development and spread in the Four Corners

region. A storm system diving into the Pacific Northwest

will bring showers and much cooler weather back to the

region. Ahead of the system, scattered thunderstorms will

dot the northern Rockies.


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National High Tuesday 103 at Needles, CA

National Low Tuesday 24 at Aspen Springs, CO


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