The weather pattern at the start of high summer
StormTRACKER Meteorologist John wheeler looks at the summer's progress
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If Lake Mead falls another 150 feet, water will not be able to flow beyond the dam.
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.