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Unusually cool temperatures will spread across the East on Tuesday, while showers and thunderstorms pelt parts of the Great Lakes, West and Southeast.

East: Much milder weather will spread over much of the northeastern U.S. on Tuesday. Temperatures will only top out in the 70s and low 80s, with low humidity.

Southeast: Hot, humid weather will continue in the Southeast and Florida, along with a chance of thunderstorms.

Great Lakes: A few showers and thunderstorms are possible across the Great Lakes region and interior Northeast. Temperatures will remain quite comfortable for late July.

West: Most of the western third of the country will see warm to hot conditions on Tuesday. Scattered afternoon thunderstorms are possible in the Plains, potentially leading to flash floods.

Weather history for July 29: In 1986, the temperature hit 109 degrees in Dodge City, Kan., tying for the hottest reading ever. In 1994, Laughlin, Nev., reached 125 degrees, an all-time high for the state.

In 2009, a wind gust of 102 mph was recorded in Childress, Texas.



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