The Nation’s Weather for Wednesday, August 14, 2019



Much of the Northeast will remain dry tomorrow as a storm

system tracks south and east out of the area. The

disturbance will track into the Southeast, resulting in an

expansive threat for showers and thunderstorms across much

of the southern tier of the United States. Some storms will

be capable of producing gusty winds and flooding downpours.

These threats will likely be localized in nature across this

area. Elsewhere, a weak disturbance tracking into the

western Great Lakes will bring a chance of a stray shower or

storm in spots. A similar scenario is also possible across

the central Plains, where a few stray afternoon

thunderstorms may erupt. Across the western United States, a

dome of high pressure will result in a mostly sunny sky for



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National High Tuesday 108 at Needles, CA

National Low Tuesday 28 at Daniel, WY


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