A cold front was expected to collide with warm, moist air from the south, creating the possibility of supercells producing damaging winds, large hail and even tornadoes.
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The river that drains much of the flood-soaked United States is running higher than normal this hurricane season, menacing New Orleans in multiple ways.
States from Texas to South Carolina were under heat advisories and warnings Tuesday, when it felt like 119 degrees in West Memphis, Arkansas — and forecasters said even more scorching conditions were possible by day's end.
Forecasters: Days of scorching, dangerous heat gripping a wide swath of the U.S. South and Midwest.
The National Weather Service on Tuesday issued an excessive heat warning that called for high temperatures in the 90s and heat indexes well above 100 degrees.
The National Weather Service warned of heat indices well above 100 degrees over the next several days.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Wednesday, and heat is expected throughout the coming weekend.