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The Southeast will see scattered thunderstorms Friday while severe weather is possible in the Plains. Both the Northeast and Southwest will be clear and dry.

Plains: Severe storms are forecast to lash the central and northern Plains on Friday, with high winds and large hail the main threats, though some tornadoes are also possible. The greatest threat for severe weather is in western Kansas and central Nebraska.

West: Clear skies and broiling temperatures will bake most of the Southwest and California. Some rain and thunderstorms will rumble in the northern Rockies and along the Pacific Northwest coast.

Southeast: Afternoon thunderstorms will dampen the Southwest, adding to the steam heat and humidity.

Northeast: The Northeast and Great Lakes will enjoy clear skies and dry weather on Friday.

Weather history for June 27: In 1957, Hurricane Audrey hit near the Louisiana/Texas border with 105 mph sustained winds. It was the deadliest June hurricane in U.S. history, killing 390 people. In 1985, snow fell in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

In 1994, an all-time record high of 114 degrees was set in Lubbock, Texas.



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