A slow-moving storm will begin to make eastward progress across the center of the country tomorrow.

Rain with embedded rumbles of thunder will stretch from the central Plains through the lower Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and into the southern mid-Atlantic.

Severe thunderstorms capable of producing downpours, large hail and high winds are expected to ignite around the Arklatex. A pocket of cool air will remain entrenched across New England, with spotty showers in store for part of the region.

Some sunshine is in store elsewhere across the Northeast. Hot and dry weather will worsen the wildfire situation across the Southeast. Meanwhile, a new storm is forecast to drench Northern California to Washington with rain. Snow will fall across the highest peaks.

The balance of the West will be dry.


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National High Wednesday 97 at Tampa, FL

National Low Wednesday 24 at Lake Yellowstone, WY


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