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Tropical Storm Claudette was moving through southeastern Louisiana yesterday (Saturday) morning. It’s bringing heavy rain and high winds, and coastal Mississippi and Alabama, as well as the western Florida Panhandle are at risk of flash floods later in the day, the National Hurricane Center said. By Sunday, Claudette is expected to become post-tropical.

Meanwhile, the American Southwest continues to suffer a brutal heatwave, with five states — California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and parts of Colorado — facing temperatures that could rise well above 100 degrees through Saturday before eventually cooling next week, the National Weather Service said. Several cities have already experienced record-breaking temperatures this week. (CNN,  Reuters)

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