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Scattered Strong Thunderstorms Possible Sunday; Staying Warm

One year ago   |   By WGAL

WGAL News 8 Storm Team Meteorologist Ethan Huston says afternoon and evening scattered thunderstorms are possible Sunday. Some of these storms may be strong or severe. Summer like warmth and humidity will be around as well with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
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Summer-Like Heat & Humidity Sunday; Strong Thunderstorms Possible

Summer-Like Heat & Humidity Sunday; Strong Thunderstorms Possible

One year ago   |   By WGAL

WGAL News 8 Storm Team Meteorologist Ethan Huston says Sunday features higher heat and humidity with highs in low to mid 80s. Scattered thunderstorms, possibly severe, are likely Sunday afternoon and evening. A few thundershowers are also possible Monday.
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Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who wou plead guilty in the 90s to raping...

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who wou plead guilty in the 90s to raping her underage student, dies

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher made famous for sexually assaulting her sixth-grade student, whom she later married, has died following a battle with cancer. Read more ...

Two people charged with a hate crime for vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural

Two people charged with a hate crime for vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural

A White man and a White woman who allegedly painted over a California community's Black Lives Matter mural this weekend are each facing a hate crime charge for the act. Read more ...

Personal protective equipment for medical workers begins to run low again as...

Personal protective equipment for medical workers begins to run low again as COVID-19 cases surge

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EPA approves two Lysol products as the first to effectively kill coronavirus...

EPA approves two Lysol products as the first to effectively kill coronavirus on surfaces

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President Trump says he will pressure states to reopen schools in fall

President Trump says he will pressure states to reopen schools in fall

"We're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools,” President Donald Trump said. Read more ...

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who wou plead guilty in the 90s to raping...

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher who wou plead guilty in the 90s to raping her underage student, dies

Mary Kay Letourneau, the teacher made famous for sexually assaulting her sixth-grade student, whom she later married, has died following a battle with cancer. Read more ...

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus

Brazil is second only to the United States in numbers of coronavirus infections and deaths. Read more ...

White House informs Congress that the US is withdrawing from World Health...

White House informs Congress that the US is withdrawing from World Health Organization

President Trump initially announced his intention to withdraw from WHO in May. Read more ...

Deutsche Bank hit with $150 million penalty over Jeffrey Epstein ties

Deutsche Bank hit with $150 million penalty over Jeffrey Epstein ties

New York regulators slapped Deutsche Bank with $150 million in penalties over its relationship with pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, officials said Tuesday. The bank agreed... Read more ...

New rules: International students must leave US if classes go online

New rules: International students must leave US if classes go online

New federal guidelines say international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall. Read more ...