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National Weather Forecast: Storms sweep Plains, Midwest as heat builds up again in the west


Severe storms and floods will persist in the Central Plains and the Midwest.

WASHINGTON, OREGON IN FOR HISTORICAL, DANGEROUS HEAT WAVE W

Large hail, noxious winds and isolated tornadoes will again be a problem.

Severe storms and floods will threaten the Central Plains and the Midwest

Severe storms and floods will threaten the Central Plains and the Midwest
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Flood monitors are in effect from Kansas City, Kansas to St. Louis, Missouri.

The extreme heat is building up again across the west this weekend, with dangerous record highs for the Pacific Northwest on Saturday and Sunday.

Flood Watches are valid from Kansas City to St. Louis

Flood Watches are valid from Kansas City to St. Louis
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Portland, Oregon will see afternoon highs well into the 100s while Seattle will hit the 90s.

Overheating warnings apply.

Excess heat warnings apply in the Pacific Northwest

Excess heat warnings apply in the Pacific Northwest
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The Pacific Northwest will see some relief near the coast early next week, but the inner Northwest will remain hot.

Janice Dean currently serves as the chief meteorologist for the FOX News Channel (FNC). She is also the morning meteorologist for FNC’s “FOX and Friends” (weekdays 6-9AM / ET). She joined the network in January 2004. She is the author of several books. Her latest is “Make Your Own Sunshine”. Click here to learn more about Janice Dean.

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