Most of the country can expect a dry first half of the day tomorrow.

However, unsettled weather in the Northeast will keep the threat of pop-up afternoon showers and thunderstorms in the forecast in the mid-Atlantic.

While high pressure will enforce dry and calm weather in the Carolinas and much of the Ohio Valley, hot and humid weather in the Central states will allow for the threat of afternoon showers and storms from the Dakotas through the Gulf Coast to Florida.

The environment is expected to be conducive to severe storm formation in the Upper Midwest and in western Texas.

Other than some late-day storms along the ridges of the Rockies, the West can anticipate a dry and warm end to the workweek.


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National High Thursday 96 at Needles, CA

National Low Thursday 24 at Bodie State Park, CA


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