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    US sets record for hot nights in July

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  • Video shows flooded Las Vegas casino as torrential rain covers city

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  • Northeast gets a break from hot temperatures

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  • European drought may lower Germany’s Rhine to critical levels

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  • Wildfire fueled by high winds burning on Hawaii’s Big Island

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  • European wildfires forcing thousands to evacuate

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  • Flash flooding prompts rescues from Washington, DC to Tennessee

    02:50
  • Washington, D.C. hit by flash flooding during storm

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  • Heavy rainfall in South Korea kills at least 10

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  • Cooler air and less humidity is on the way in the Northeast

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  • Brutal heat wave: When will cooler temperatures arrive?

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  • At least eight killed in South Korea as heavy rain causes flooding

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  • Passengers stranded nationwide after flight delays, cancellations

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  • Italian army detonates WWII bomb uncovered in drought-stricken riverbank

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  • Applebee’s hits the beauty scene with wing sauce-flavored gloss

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  • Over 100 injured, multiple missing in Cuba after lightning sets oil storage tanks on fire

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  • Thousands of flights delayed, canceled due to severe weather

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  • Three people killed in lightning strike near White House

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  • Texas sees 3 weeks of triple-digit temps with no relief in sight

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  • U.S. faces dangerous heat wave, record-breaking temperatures

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‘Long and ugly night’ ahead

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There are 75 million Americans in the path of a severe storm system that could bring a derecho, which is a group of thunderstorms accompanied by high winds. The storms may stretch 240 miles as they head east, blowing down trees and power lines and prompting flood watches. NBC’s Mike Seidel reports.