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  • Northeast gets a break from hot temperatures

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  • European wildfires forcing thousands to evacuate

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  • Flash flooding prompts rescues from Washington, DC to Tennessee

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  • Heavy rainfall in South Korea kills at least 10

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  • Cooler air and less humidity is on the way in the Northeast

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Okla. tornado draws comparisons to 1999 storm

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Before yesterday’s tornado touched down, when Moore, Okla., residents referred to “the big one” they were talking about the F5 tornado that tore through the area back in 1999. TODAY’s Al Roker talks about the devastation left behind by that storm.