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Scattered thunderstorms will dampen large swaths of the country Thursday, with the heaviest rain likely in the South, Northeast, and the Plains.

South: Showers and storms will drench parts of the Deep South and Gulf Coast, which will be accompanied by high heat and humidity.

Northeast: A system swirling off the coast will bring rain and thunderstorms to much of the Northeast and New England on Thursday, mainly in the morning.

Plains: Severe thunderstorms are forecast to bring heavy rain, high winds and some tornadoes to the central and northern High Plains.

Weather history for June 26: The temperature reached 119 degrees in Weatherford, Texas. In 1989, more than 10 inches of rain fell at Houston's Intercontinental Airport.

In 1990, Phoenix hit an all-time record high of 122 degrees. In 2012, Hill City, Kan., soared to 115 degrees.



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