U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
WED 23 JULY 2014
...Slight Risk for severe storms in portions of the Pacific Northwest, Intermountain West, Central Plains, and Interior New England...
A Slight Risk for severe thunderstorms today includes three areas: eastern WA, northern ID, central and northern MT; eastern WY, southwestern SD, and northwestern NE; and a third area in interior New England that includes northeastern PA, eastern Upstate NY, western MA, NH, VT, and much of ME. The primary threats this afternoon and evening will be damaging winds and large hail with a minimal risk for an isolated tornado. In OK and AZ, dangerous heat will be the main story as the combination of high heat and humidity may create dangerous conditions for the young and elderly.
Elsewhere across the US, mostly quiet conditions are expected.
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