In the wake of Barry's rain and flooding, a broad area of heat and high humidity will take hold over much of the southern and central United States for the balance of this week.
The tropical rainstorm continues its move inland, weakening as it pushes north, but drenching areas that lie in its path with heavy rainfall and causing flash-flooding emergencies in parts of Arkansas.
Over the weekend, people in the Northeast watched as Barry made landfall on the Gulf Coast as a hurricane. Now, the tropical rainstorm continues its slow march and will bring those people heavy rain and thunderstorms.
Heat baking the southwestern United States will surge northward next week, increasing the fire danger across the region
Aside from downpours and thunderstorms associated with Barry, the only area at risk for periodic severe thunderstorms will be across the northern tier of the central United States this week.
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Heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, but it's critical to know the warning signs and to react swiftly.