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Weather Underground Forecast for Monday, July 06, 2015
A cold front will sink southward over the central third of the country on Monday, while a stationary front will linger over the Mid-Atlantic.
A cold frontal boundary is forecast to sink south southeastward over the northern Plains and the upper Midwest. A blast of cold air will collide with warm, humid air from the Gulf of Mexico. This interaction will fuel heavy rain and strong thunderstorms across the Plains and the upper Midwest. Heavy rain will bring threats of flash flooding to northern Texas, western and northern Oklahoma, southeast Kansas and western Missouri. Just to the west, monsoonal moisture will aid in the development of showers and thunderstorms over the Intermountain West, the Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada. The most organized thunderstorms will focus over favorable mountain terrain. Temperatures will continue to spike into the 90s and 100s over the southern tier of the Pacific Northwest and the Great Basin due to high pressure over the Four Corners. Temperatures will also jump into the triple digits across the Desert Southwest.
Meanwhile, a stationary front will linger over the southern Mid-Atlantic. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible across portions of the Deep South, the Southeast, the Mid-Atlantic and the Ohio Valley. High pressure will keep conditions relatively quiet across New England on Monday. Temperatures will range between the 70s and 80s over the region.