Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Earthquake Activity

Significant National Weather

Rain and thunderstorms are forecast from the central Plains to the Great Lakes. Some storms may turn severe with large hail and gusty winds, especially across Wisconsin, Michigan, northern Illinois and northern Indiana.

Moisture may interact with some remnant circulation from former Hurricane Dolly across parts of Kansas, Missouri and northern Arkansas, resulting in locally heavy rain.

A cold front moving into the Pacific Northwest will cause showers and cool temperatures along the Oregon and Washington coast and into the northern Cascades. Some thunderstorms may develop across the northern Rockies.

Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected along the Southeast Coast and across Florida; parts of northwest Texas and Oklahoma may also experience thunderstorms.

Temperatures will be near to above average for the end of July with highs reaching the triple digits in portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Primarily dry conditions and average temperatures are expected, with a few showers and thunderstorms forecast in the area midweek. (National Weather Service, Media Sources)

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