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La Niña is going strong after two years and appears poised to re-strengthen for a third consecutive winter.
If Lake Mead falls another 150 feet, water will not be able to flow beyond the dam.
Beauty from a weather perspective.
Strong thunderstorms forming in the warm and humid air ahead of this front will be capable of hail, strong wind gusts, and even a tornado or two this afternoon. This evening, the scattered storms will eventually form into a line which will move through eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.

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Peak wind is essentially unknowable at any specific location.
Earlier this month the flooding broke the lake's all-time record set in 1950, and it's only come down a few inches since.
Lower humidity thanks to a west breeze
By today's date in 1988, Fargo had already had 16 days in the 90s.
StormTRACKER Meteorologist John wheeler looks at the summer's progress
The state has a long history of extreme heat, including its worst heat wave on record, according to the DNR: an eight-day run in July 1936, when the mercury peaked at or above 100 degrees each day.

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Nature's beauty from a weather perspective
However, 30-below temps happen less than they used to.
A sunburn is just as likely in temperatures below zero as in temperatures near 100 degrees.

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