The National Temperature Extremes for Thursday July 24, ranged from a Low of 29 degrees (-2 Celsius), in Crater Lake, Oregon to a High of 123 degrees (51 Celsius) in Death Valley, California.
Friday Afternoon and Evening, July 25:
An Area of Low Pressure centered near The Coast of the North Carolina/South Carolina border, will have a Cold/Stationary Front extending west, before connecting to another Area of Low Pressure near The Alabama/Mississippi border. From this Area of Low Pressure,a Stationary/Warm Front will extend west then north, into Northern Louisiana and The Great Plains, before connecting to a third Area of Low Pressure centered neat The Southeastern South Dakota/Northeastern Nebraska border. from the "Third Low" a Cold Front will extend north into Southern Manitoba, and a Cold/Stationary Front will extend west then southwest into The Northern Rockies, Northern Utah and Southern Nevada, before connecting to a fourth Area of Low Pressure centered in Southern Nevada. As a result, expect showers and thunderstorms into The Carolinas, The Southeast, The Northern Gulf Coast, The Upper Midwest, The Central Rockies, and Parts of The Four Corners Region.
Elsewhere, expect sunny and fair skies into New England, The Mid-Atlantic States, The Great Plains, The Northern Rockies, Idaho, Nevada, and Most Areas of The Pacific Coast States. Temperatures are expect to soar above 100 degrees (38-47 Celsius) into Central Kansas, Western Oklahoma, Parts of The Panhandle, NorthCentral and The Rio Grande Area Region of Texas, Eastern New Mexico, Southcentral and Southwestern Arizona, Southern Nevada, and Southeastern and Parts of The Inland Valley of California.