Brian Cordy

Meteorologist with the National Weather Service

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The western United States are looking at record temperatures in days to come and very little rainfall. Texas and Oklahoma are braced for more flooding. It's a bad week for weather.

Heat Warning Issued for the Western US

The western United States are looking at record temperatures in days to come and very little rainfall. Texas and Oklahoma are braced for more flooding. It's a bad week for weather.

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