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A few pockets of storminess will soak some parts of the country while most of the nation sees a typically warm to hot mid-summer day.

East: Other than some scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms in the Southeast and Florida, most of the eastern third of the country will be clear. Temperatures will be mild in the Northeast but quite hot in the Southeast.

Central U.S. Sweltering heat in the 90s and 100s will bake most of the central U.S. on Friday. Some thunderstorms will keep temperatures cooler in the upper Midwest and upper Great Lakes.

West: The entire western third of the nation will be clear and dry Friday, with the exception of the central Rockies, where some thunderstorms are possible.

Weather history for July 25: In 1936, all-time record highs were set in Lincoln, Neb. (115 degrees), Omaha, Neb. (114) and Des Moines, Iowa (110). In 1956, thick fog led to a collision between the ships Andrea Doria and Stockholm, off Nantucket, Mass., killing 52 people.

In 1999, record high temperatures were set in New York City (97 degrees) and Philadelphia (96). In 2004, the high temperature only reached 65 degrees in Lubbock, Texas, which was 27 degrees below normal.



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