Electricity power grid lines
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Little relief appears on the forecast for millions across the United States enduring record-setting heat or widespread flooding this weekend. 

The National Weather Service said Sunday that the heat wave will shift from the mid-Atlantic to portions of the southeast and southern Plains by Monday. Meanwhile, widespread storms will bring the threat of flash flooding, damaging winds and tornadoes for a second day in New England.

Elsewhere, severe storms and rainfall are on the forecast.

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