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A frontal system will produce a line of strong to severe thunderstorms with potential for damaging winds, hail, and locally heavy rain in the Mid-Atlantic and into the Northeast. Dangerous heat will develop across the Southwest and Great Basin. Record high temperatures are possible into the High Plains.
— All of southern CA except immediate coastline; interior central CA valleys; southern NV; eastern and southern AZ; northwest, east and southwest UT: Excessive Heat Warnings Monday through Friday (14-18 June). Many locations will reach 105 to 116 deg F. Hotter locations will likely exceed 120 deg F Tuesday through Friday. Heat Warnings in effect today across southeast AZ. I-8, I-10, I-15, I-40, I-70, I-80 impacted.
— South, central and eastern NV: Winds gusting 30-35 mph Monday afternoon. No advisories currently issued. I-15, I-80 impacted.
— Central PA, western MD, northern and central WV: Slight risk of severe thunderstorms this afternoon. Primary threats are damaging wind gusts and marginally severe hail. I-70, I-76 (PA Turnpike), I-79, I-80, I-81, I-99 potentially impacted.
— If you are camping near, or plan on traveling to, the western or central Gulf Coast late this week or this coming weekend, pay attention to the tropical weather forecast. There is a 50/50 chance of a storm forming in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s too early to say exactly where it will go (if it forms) or how strong it may become. But worth keeping a ‘weather-eye’ to the south for now.