A fresh blast of less humid air will accompany plenty of sunshine across a majority of the Northeast for the holiday tomorrow.

Sticky air is forecast to linger across the mid-Atlantic and Ohio Valley, where spotty afternoon thunderstorms may threaten outdoor plans. Thunderstorms will be more numerous across the Southeast and from Minnesota to Oklahoma.

The greatest threat for thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and flooding downpours will focus on parts of Kansas and Missouri and perhaps into Oklahoma. Most areas from the High Plains to the Pacific Coast can expect plenty of sunshine with building heat over the interior West.

Very spotty thunderstorms could erupt over the central and southern Rockies, with storms becoming more numerous later in the week.


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National High Monday 106 at Needles, CA

National Low Monday 30 at Climax, CO


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