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A stationary front stalled from the Central Plains through the Mid-Atlantic midweek will be the main driver of much of the weather across the nation during this time period. This front often acts as a focal point, allowing for the development of heavy, flooding rains and severe thunderstorms. It will also acts as a separator between the warmer and cooler than normal air temperatures. Parts of the Northeast and Midwest experienced record heat on Monday. In Albany, the capital of New York, the day ended up being the fourth hottest day on record. Topping off at 97 degrees, this was the warmest temperature since July of 2012 and was just a few degrees from the all-time record high of 100 degrees in recorded history. This Tuesday, the northern Mid-Atlantic region, New England, Great Lakes, and Upper Midwest will all experience relief from the heat the remainder of the week. High…