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Drenching thunderstorms will continue to plague portions of the South while the heat begins to build back into parts of the central U.S. on Friday.

South: Heavy rain and thunderstorms will make for a wet day from the Southern Plains into the lower Mississippi Valley. Some flooding is possible.

West: Thunderstorms will dampen the Great Basin on Friday while most of the rest of the West stays hot and dry, though the worst of the heat wave is over in Seattle.

Central U.S.: A slow warming trend will spread across western parts of the region, though temperatures will remain below average in the central Plains and around the Great Lakes on Friday.

Weather history for July 18: In 1953, Mt. Washington, N.H., hit a record high temperature of 71 degrees. In 1988, Sacramento had a record high of 112 degrees.

In 1997, Hurricane Danny passed just south of Mobile, Ala.



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