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For 3-7 day hazards see Weather Prediction Center's: WPC 3-7 Day Hazards

U.S. Week-2 Hazards Outlook - Made June 21, 2024 | About the Hazards Outlook

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Categorical Outlooks
Experimental Probabilistic Outlooks

Valid Saturday June 29, 2024 to Friday July 05, 2024

US Hazards Outlook
NWS Climate Prediction Center College Park MD
300 PM EDT June 21 2024

Synopsis: Mid-level low pressure forecast across the northeastern contiguous U.S. (CONUS) favors a brief cool down in the East late in week-1, but heat is forecast to return during week-2 as mid-level ridging expands across the CONUS. Another mid-level low over central Canada may limit the northward extension of the heat across the Upper Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes. However, frequent periods of thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall and an increased risk of flash flooding are expected to persist over these areas. The Southwest monsoon is forecast to become more active, leading to increasing chances of locally heavy rainfall and flooding across parts of the southwestern U.S.

Hazards Detailed Summary

For Monday June 24 - Friday June 28: WPC Days 3-7 U.S. Hazards

For Saturday June 29 - Friday July 05:

Forecaster: Thomas Collow

$$ Please consult local NWS Forecast Offices for short range forecasts and region-specific information.

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