Hurricane Pamela flood threats taper off as storms develop across Mississippi, Ohio Valleys

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The flood threat from Hurricane Pamela’s remnants will taper off from the Southern Plains toward the Mississippi River Valley. 

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Severe weather over the Mid-Mississippi, Ohio Valleys

Severe weather over the Mid-Mississippi, Ohio Valleys
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A few strong to severe thunderstorms will develop across the Mid-Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley through tonight along a cold front. 

This system will move into the East on Saturday.  

Forecast rainfall over the Mid-Mississippi, Ohio Valleys

Forecast rainfall over the Mid-Mississippi, Ohio Valleys
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Temperatures have been above average along the eastern third of the U.S. 

Forecast high temperatures

Forecast high temperatures
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The cold front will bring cooler air in on Sunday.

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Wildfire danger in California

Wildfire danger in California
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Gusty offshore winds combined with warmer temperatures and low humidity will create elevated wildfire conditions across southern California from Friday into Saturday.  

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