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Weather Underground midday recap for Tuesday, September 23, 2014

An area of low pressure continued to approach the West Coast on Tuesday, while a separate system developed over the Southeast.

A strong low pressure system approached the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday. This system ushered rain and gusty winds over Washington and western Oregon. Gale warnings were issued along the coasts of Washington and Oregon as strong waves developed across the region. Additionally, flash flood watches were issued in northern California. High pressure kept conditions mostly clear over the central Rockies, the Great Basin and the Southwest. Temperatures ranged between 90s and 100s over the southern California and Arizona deserts. Yuma, Ariz., recorded a midday high of 98 degrees. Thermal, Calif., recorded a midday high of 97 degrees.

Meanwhile, a weaker area of low pressure deepened over the northern Plains. Showers and thunderstorms accompanied this system and moved across the Plains and the upper Midwest. Russell, Kan., reported a midday total of 1.91 inches of rain. Norfolk, Neb., reported a midday total of 0.75 inches of rain. Isolated thunderstorms lingered over the southern Plains, as flood warnings remained in place over southeast New Mexico and western Texas.

To the east, heavy rain and thunderstorms developed across the southern Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast due to a low pressure system over the coast of Florida. Mayport Naval Station, Fla., reported a midday total of 1.96 inches of rain.


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