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Soaring heat will cause Saturday to feel more like the heart of summer than the end of April in and around Beijing, China.
A few days of summerlike warmth, including temperatures in the 80s F, will grip much of the eastern United States into next week.
Warm and dry weather will greet over 200,000 football fans heading to Philadelphia for the 2017 NFL Draft.
Milder air will erase the recent chill and snow across Germany by May Day, though rain threatens to spoil the holiday for western and southern areas.
Severe weather can strike day or night, so knowing these safety tips for overnight severe weather could be the difference between life and death.
Severe storms swept across the central and southern U.S. on Wednesday into early Thursday morning, washing out roadways and pelting the area with hail of varying sizes.
The recent chill will leave the United Kingdom in time for the Bank Holiday weekend, but rain could dampen plans in some locations.
Storms moving into the eastern United States on Thursday will stretch from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes, with severe storms near lakes Erie and Ontario.