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UPDATED 8:45 AM EDT, July 25, 2014

By WeatherBug's Luke Paris

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Several stormy systems will keep the Midwest, Southeast and Rockies soaked as the work week wraps up. Another day of blazing temperatures will settle into the Southwest and Plains.

WeatherBug Meteorologist Bryan Karrick has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook video.

Pockets of thunderstorms are rumbling across the Upper Midwest and Upper Great Lakes as a system moves across the Mississippi Valley. Rumbles of thunder will roar through the afternoon, tapering off later in the evening as the storms push into the central Great Lakes and the eastern Plains. Temperatures in the 70s will settle over the Upper Great Lakes while highs in the upper 80s and 90s infiltrate the Upper Midwest and Mid-Mississippi Valley.

A disturbance making its way across the Western U.S. will bring a few storms to the Rockies. Occasional thunderstorms and showers will plague the Central Rockies throughout the day. Even the southern corridors of the Intermountain West will see a dampening shower or two. Temperatures will remain in the 80s and 90s.

Contending for a slice of wild weather, the Southeast will once again want to break out the rain gear as thunderstorms boom this afternoon. Storms will mostly be confined to coastal locations, stretching from the coasts of the Carolinas to the central Gulf Coast. Highs here will be in the 90s.

The remainder of the U.S. will bask in abundant sunshine. Temperatures in the Pacific Northwest, Lower Great Lakes and interior Northeast will be in the 70s while coastal New England, the Mid-Atlantic, Northern Plains and Northern Great Basin rise into the 80s. Brutally torrid heat will bring the Southern and Central Plains and the Desert Southwest into the triple digits.

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