This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows a band of clouds stretching from the East Coast and across the Southeast.  A stationary front hovers over the region, while strong onshore flow from the Gulf pushes in warm and moist air.  This brings scattered storms to the region.  Meanwhile, to the south, thick clouds cover the Gulf of Mexico, produced by Tropical Storm Alex.  While this storm has not yet reached hurricane strength, it continues creating organized storms that are expected to intensify as it moves over the warm waters of the Gulf.  The system will make landfall near Rio Grande by Wednesday evening, thus spreading severe storms with strong winds and heavy rains over southern Texas and the Gulf states.(AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)

This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows a band of clouds stretching from the East Coast and across the Southeast. A stationary front hovers over the region, while strong onshore flow from the Gulf pushes in warm and moist air. This brings scattered storms to the region. Meanwhile, to the south, thick clouds cover the Gulf of Mexico, produced by Tropical Storm Alex. While this storm has not yet reached hurricane strength, it continues creating organized storms that are expected to intensify as it moves over the warm waters of the Gulf. The system will make landfall near Rio Grande by Wednesday evening, thus spreading severe storms with strong winds and heavy rains over southern Texas and the Gulf states.(AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)

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