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Severe storms are forecast to rattle the South while scattered showers and thunderstorms pelt most of the East and parts of the West on Thursday.

South: Severe thunderstorms are likely in portions of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi, with large hail and high winds possible.

East: Ongoing warmth, humidity and thunderstorms are expected for most of the East Coast on Thursday. Temperatures will remain cool in New England.

West: Showers will dampen the Northwest and Rockies while clear skies and typical June heat will bake the Southwest.

Weather history for June 12: In 1969, 5 inches of snow fell on Great Falls, Mont. In 1980, a record low of 37 degrees was set in Atlantic City, N.J.

In 1994, a severe hailstorm battered South Dakota, destroying 70,000 acres of crops.



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