On this week's edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we were joined by SPACE.com's Dave Brody to discuss the upcoming Manhattanhenge. This interesting phenomenon occurs when the sun lines up with the city skyline of New York City and sets against the street grids. The event only happens four times a year, twice during the summer and twice during the winter. In the winter, conditions are typically too poor to see or photograph it well, so the summer solstice Manhattanhenge is a great opportunity for photographers.
We also had Justin Povick doing live forecasts throughout the show to talk about the latest with Chantal and how the soggy Southeast could see downpours and flooding throughout the weekend.
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Wet and stormy weather threatens to disrupt holiday plans from the Eastern Seaboard to the Gulf Coast, as well as across the Great Lakes on Memorial Day.
The risk of damaging thunderstorms will continue through the Memorial Day weekend with communities from Michigan to Texas being threatened into Sunday night.
Cyclonic Storm Mora in the Bay of Bengal will take aim at Bangladesh in the final days of May. Northeastern India and Myanmar also face dangers to lives and property.
The unsettled weather plaguing the northeastern United States will continue for much of the week.
The heaviest thunderstorms threatening Indianapolis on Sunday should hold off until after the Indy 500 is run, unless crashes prevent the race from finishing before the late afternoon.
Many communities in Germany will experience their warmest day so far this year on Monday as summerlike warmth surges back.
Sunday was a drier day for many across Britain, but showers will return for Monday's spring bank holiday.
Severe thunderstorms caused significant damage from the central Plains through the mid-Mississippi and Tennessee River valleys during the start of Memorial Day weekend.