Short range weather overview a.m. Monday 21 June 2021

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Tropical Storm Claudette will create Tropical Storm conditions along coastal regions of NC before moving into the Atlantic later today. Severe storms are possible across the Upper Ohio River Valley, Mid-Atlantic and into Northern New England. Record breaking heat is expected in parts of the Pacific Northwest.

— Southwest OR, adjacent northwest CA: Excessive Heat Warning today. High temperatures 100-108 deg F.

— East-central NM, adjacent TX: Wind Advisory through midday today. Gusts to 50 mph. I-40 impacted.

— South TX: Excessive Heat Warning today. Heat index values may reach 115 deg F.

— Northeast AL, northern GA: Flash Flood Watches tonight and Tuesday.

Coastal NC: Tropical Storm Warning in effect through this afternoon. Heavy rains, winds gusting 40-45 mph and a 1-3 foot storm surge along the immediate coast and coastal inlets are all likely.

— Eastern OH, northern WV, central and western MD, PA, western NJ, most of upstate NY, northwestern New England: Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms are expected today. Damaging wind gusts, severe hail, and perhaps a couple of tornadoes are possible.

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