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Desperate families of migrants from Mexico and Central America frantically sought word of their loved ones as authorities began the grim task Tuesday of identifying 51 people who died after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer without air conditioning in the sweltering Texas heat.
Today feels like summer with a shot at 90 and a few T-storms blossoming up north. Drippy dew points rise into the 60s, peaking tomorrow with another thunderstorm or two. Canada leaks slightly drier air into Minnesota Friday and Saturday; a comfortable way to ease into the holiday weekend.
Isolated severe weather is possible this afternoon, with drier (and warmer) air on the way overnight.
North Koreans were working intensively to protect crops, factory equipment and other assets from potential damage from days of heavy rainfall, state media said Tuesday, as outside observers worry any flooding could aggravate the country's economic hardships amid its COVID-19 outbreak.