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  • Record Heat Continues in the West(00:46)
  • Hot temperatures are forecast to continue in the West this week. Temperatures in some areas are 20 degrees above average.
  • Date: July 05, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Severe Threat to End Holiday Weekend(00:29)
  • There is a chance of severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes in the upper Plains to end the long holiday weekend.
  • Date: July 05, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Beachgoers Run From Sudden Storm in South ...(00:27)
  • It was no day at the beach at Isle of Palms, South Carolina when a storm kicked up blowing sound and sending beachgoers running.
  • Date: July 04, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Tropical Storm Expected to Strengthen(00:28)
  • Tropical Storm Chan-Hom is expected to strengthen into a typhoon as it moves towards China and Japan.
  • Date: July 04, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Record Hot Holiday Weekend in West(00:43)
  • A hot holiday weekend for much of the West, with temperatures more than 20 degrees above average in some areas.
  • Date: July 03, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Fourth of July Forecast(00:42)
  • Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari has the latest on the upcoming holiday.
  • Date: July 02, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Fourth of July Weekend Forecast(00:54)
  • Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider tells us where the storms will be this Fourth of July weekend.
  • Date: July 02, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage
  • Heat Still Sizzles in Northwest; More Reco...(00:50)
  • Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari shows the forecast for Northwest and heat highs during the July 4th weekend. More heat to come through the weekend.
  • Date: July 01, 2015
  • Source: Weather Channel Storm Coverage

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