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Mississippi Valley Summer Heat Wave; Severe Thunderstorms and Flooding Possible to the North

A dangerous summer heat wave will continue much of the Plains, Mid/Lower Mississippi Valley, Southeast U.S. today and Thursday. Areas of severe thunderstorms may occur today and again on Thursday from parts of the northern/central Rockies and High Plains into the Ohio Valley and Carolinas. Excessive rainfall over similar areas may bring flash flooding today and Thursday. Read More >

High temperatures throughout the San Joaquin Valley this afternoon will be near 90 degrees, which is six to eight degrees below normal for this time of year. Here are probabilities of maximum temperatures of 92 degrees or lower for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley on Wednesday, July 6th, 20222
High temperatures throughout Central California Thursday afternoon will be a couple of degrees warmer than this afternoon. Maximum temperatures across Central California Friday afternoon will be three to five degrees warmer than Thursday afternoon. By Saturday afternoon, high temperatures throughout Central California will be near normal for this time of year.
High temperatures throughout the San Joaquin Valley Thursday afternoon will be in the lower 90s, which is around five degrees below normal for this time of year. Here are probabilities of maximum temperatures of 94 degrees or lower for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley on Thursday, July 7th, 2022.
Triple digit heat is possible in parts of the San Joaquin Valley Sunday afternoon. Triple digit heat is likely in most of the San Joaquin Valley Monday afternoon and Tuesday afternoon.
Widespread triple digit heat is expected in the San Joaquin Valley Monday afternoon. Here are probabilities of maximum temperatures of 101 degrees or higher for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley on Monday, July 11th, 2022.

 

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