Tornado #2 - North of Lake Crystal - EF1 - Winds 90-95mph
1.) Excessive heat for parts of the mid-Atlantic and Southeast, Fri, Jul 14.
2.) Much above-normal temperatures for much of the northern Rockies and northern Great Plains, Fri-Tue, Jul 14-18.
3.) Excessive heat for parts of the western Corn Belt and middle Mississippi Valley, Tue, Jul 18.
4.) Heavy rain shifting south across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, Fri-Sat, Jul 14-15.
5.) Heavy rain for parts of the Southeast, Sun-Mon, Jul 16-17.
6.) Much above-normal temperatures for the Yukon Valley of Alaska, Fri, Jul 14.
7.) Flash flooding possible for parts of the southwestern U.S., July 14-25.
8.) Moderate risk of much above-normal temperatures for the Dakotas and western Minnesota, Wed, Jul 19.
9.) Slight risk of much above-normal temperatures extending from the northern Rockies east to the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, and central Appalachians, Wed-Sun, Jul 19-23.
10.) Severe Drought across parts of the Great Plains, Arizona, California, and Hawaii.
Record Heat Possible in the Northwest
Record Heat in the Mid-Atlantic Wednesday & Thursday?
By Todd Nelson, filling in for Douglas
Average Low: 64F (Record: 48F set in 1941)
Daylight LOST since summer solstice (June 20th): ~17 minutes
3.5 Days Before Last Quarter
(A crater on the Yamal Peninsula in Siberia, reported in the spring of 2017. Credit: Itar-Tass/Zuma)