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The East will finally dry out Thursday while showers and storms continue to dampen the West.

West: Afternoon showers and storms will again soak much of the western U.S. on Thursday. Parts of Idaho and Montana could see severe thunderstorms.

East: Other than some showers in Florida, most of the eastern half of the country will be clear and dry on Thursday as the storm system that dumped rain on the Northeast moves offshore.

Central U.S.: Clear skies are forecast for most of the Midwest and Plains. Though temperatures will be in the cool 60s and 70s near the Great Lakes, highs will soar into the 90s and 100s in Oklahoma and Texas.

Weather history for Aug. 14: In 1992, a freeze was recorded in northern Michigan, where the leaves had already begun to change colors. In 1999, a wind gust of 120 mph was recorded near Columbia, S.C.

In 2008, a record high of 108 degrees was measured in Medford, Ore.



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