Weather

Get ready for extreme weather

From brutal storms to scorching heat, tour the new extreme weather in this slideshow

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    Boats sit in the bottom mud at the dock at Morse Reservoir in Noblesville, Ind., Thursday. The reservoir is down 3.5 feet from normal levels. Temperatures exceeded 100 degrees in Central Indiana. (AP)

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    A dock extends into a dry cove at Morse Reservoir in Noblesville, Ind., July 5. (AP)

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    A sudden wind shift draws smoke back over the top of Sheep Mountain as the Squirrel Creek fire spreads Tuesday near Woods Landing, Wyo. (AP)

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    A brick wall from the second story of the Christie's on the Square store in Columbus Grove, Ohio, June 29. The bricks fell on and crushed two vehicles as strong winds tore through the region that afternoon. (AP)

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    A man sits on a bench in the shade on a riverside path June 27 in Omaha, Neb. The National Weather Service issued heat warnings and advisories for southeast Nebraska and much of Iowa as temperatures neared 100. (AP)

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    Ranch hand Terry Moss walks through a parched corn field in the dry heat of Menlo, Kan., June 27. (AP)

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    Robert Rotherham gives carriage mule Miss Pierre a drink in New Orleans'’ French Quarter on June 27. The temperature hit 97 degrees at 10:30 a.m. (AP)

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    A herd of Red Angus cattle stay close to a watering hole at the Wilson ranch June 27 near Lakeside, Neb. (AP)

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    Standing water from Tropical Storm Debby floods the street in front of a home in the Suncoast Gateway Mobile Village June 26 in New Port Richey, Fla. (AP)

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    Rain forces residents of the Suncoast Gateway Mobile Village to make their way through a flooded street via boat June 26 in New Port Richey, Fla. (AP)

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    Mark Mitchell surveys the damage to boats at the Rock Landing Marina in Panacea, Fla., June 26. High winds and heavy rains spawned by the approaching Tropical Storm Debby caused the damage. (AP)

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    Journey Wooten, 8, stands on the base of a submerged bench in Jacksonville, Fla., June 26. (AP)

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    Floodwaters bubble on Northwest 80th Avenue, closing the road, north of Ocala, Fla., June 25. (AP)

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    A truck hangs over the edge of a sinkhole that opened up in the parking lot of Hughes Relocation Services June 25 in Salt Springs, Fla. (AP)

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    A message displayed at the San Jose Baptist Church June 25 in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP)

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    Clark County Sheriff’'s deputies watch June 20 as two vehicles are extracted from a washout hole after they crashed into the large hole created by heavy rains, killing three people on county road near Neillsville, Wis. (AP)

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    A car is stranded in floodwaters rushing down the hillside in Duluth, Minn., early June 20. Hours of torrential rainfall sparked major flooding across the city and along the North Shore of Lake Superior, with some homes being evacuated due to rising water. (AP)

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