A record is set to fall in the tropical northwestern Pacific Ocean as the basin enters its longest stretch of time without a named tropical cyclone - a streak that is likely to end next week.
On the heels of Danielle, another weak tropical system will move onshore from the Gulf of Mexico with drenching downpours and the risk of flash flooding.
Heavy rain from Danielle will elevate the risk of life-threatening flooding and mudslides across portions of eastern and central Mexico into midweek.
Heavy rain from Danielle will elevate the risk for flooding across eastern Mexico into Tuesday night.
An offshore storm will continue to cause hazardous beach conditions along the Eastern Seaboard through early week.
An offshore storm will threaten beachgoers along the southeastern coast of the United States with rough surf during Father's Day weekend.
Tropical systems moved through the Atlantic and East Pacific oceans this week, while flash flooding left parts of south London underwater.
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