The nation’s weather

Weather Underground midday recap for Thursday, July 25, 2013.

A developing storm will rolled out of the Rockies and into the Plains on Thursday, and allowed for strong thunderstorms to develop from western Kansas, through parts of Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. This severe weather could come in the form of large hail, strong winds, and even tornadoes in the afternoon and evening hours.

Meanwhile, another low pressure system moved slowly up the eastern seaboard from South Carolina to Virginia. Some rain from this system spread inland from South Carolina through the New Jersey coast. In addition, some precipitation developed to the north from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and into Maine.

Monsoon moisture continued to produce scattered showers and thunderstorms in the Southwest, spreading into Southern California as well.

Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Thursday have ranged from a morning low of 33 degrees at Saranac Lake, NY to a midday high of 106 degrees at Needles, CA

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