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A wet day is on tap for much of the West and Southeast. The Midwest will also see some rain.

West: Downpours of rain could lead to flash flooding in parts of the Southwest and Rockies. California will remain dry, though morning fog will cover coastal areas.

Southeast, Mid-Atlantic: Scattered showers and thunderstorms will make for a soggy, muggy day for most of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Florida will also see plenty of afternoon storms.

Midwest: The other wet areas Tuesday will be in the upper Midwest and around the Great Lakes.

Weather history for Aug. 19: In 1955, heavy rain and floods from the remnants of Hurricane Diane killed dozens of people in the eastern U.S. In 1969, the remnants of Hurricane Camille killed at least 151 people in Virginia due to flash floods and mudslides.

In 1991, Hurricane Bob slammed into New England, killing 16 people. A wind gust of 143 mph was recorded in Maine. In 1996, the temperature dropped to 31 degrees in Butte, Mont.



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