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The weather pattern will remain quite active across the Northern Tier as a near-stationary upper-level low paired with deep tropical moisture associated with then-Hurricane Bud team up to deliver heavy rains and some severe thunderstorms to parts of the region. Sunday into Sunday night, we’re most concerned for flooding in parts of the Northwest, central Rocky Mountains, Northern Plains, and Upper Midwest. This is due to a rather saturated ground already in place and the additional rainfall on the way. Due to this near-stationary weather pattern, this will allow for some of the rain and thunderstorms to train over the same locations for a couple hours. These training storms will likely dominate the day from northern Minnesota and surrounding areas back through South Dakota and into the central Rockies. Near the upper-low over the Northwest, showers and some thunderstorms will also continue to spin over the same areas, thus aiding…