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While most of the western third of the nation will see clear skies and warm to hot temperatures Thursday, a few scattered thunderstorms will slam portions of the central and eastern U.S.

Central USA: Severe storms will rock the central Plains and upper Midwest Thursday, with high winds and large hail posible in parts of Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska.

East: Thunderstorms are likely in portions of the Ohio Valley, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic states Thursday. Very warm and humid conditions will persist in the Southeast.

West: Very hot, dry weather is predicted in the Southwest again Thursday, though winds will be lighter so the fire threat will be lower. The Northwest will be clear and in the 60s and 70s.

Weather history for June 19: In 1972, Hurricane Agnes crossed the Florida peninsula. In 1994, Newark, N.J., hit 102 degrees, tying a record high.

In 2004, as much as 6 inches of hail covered Gruver, Texas. In 2011, a record high temperature of 113 degrees was set in Childress, Texas.



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