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Dangerous heat remains a top story not only for the South and into the Southeast but into the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies, as well.
HEAVY RAIN TRIGGERS FLOODING AND WATER RESCUES IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI
Temperatures there will be in the low-to-mid 100-degree range for interior sections and into the 90s along the coast, potentially breaking or tying records.
The forecast heat index in the South on Tuesday. (Credit: Fox News)
Strong-to-severe thunderstorms are in the forecast for sections of the East Coast, including the mid-Atlantic and Carolinas.
Heat alerts in the South, Southeast through Tuesday night. (Credit: Fox News)
Beneficial rain will move into the Four Corners, and there is also much needed wet weather for the Hawaiian Islands, where wildfires are still burning in Maui.
Rain forecast over the Hawaiian Islands. (Credit: Fox News)
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Temperatures are very warm, but winds should remain light for the recovery efforts.
Janice Dean joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in January 2004 where she currently serves as senior meteorologist for the network. In addition, she is the morning meteorologist for FNC’s signature morning show, FOX & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) as well as contributes to FOX Weather, FOX News Media’s free ad-supported streaming television (“FAST”) weather service. Click here to listen to “The Janice Dean Podcast.”