We can't stop staring at these photos of unbelievably colorful natural phenomena—think a technicolor lake, a glow-in-the-dark bay, and an otherworldly red canyon.
Five Flower Lake Jiuzhaigou Valley, China
Bioluminescent Plankton Lombok, Bali, Indonesia
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Following an unsettled week across the United Kingdom, more tranquil weather will prevail early next week just in time for Wimbledon.
Weather more appropriate for early July will return to the eastern United States into this weekend.
A new forecast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indicates that the global coral bleaching event, which has jeopardized coral reefs around the world for the past three years, is nearly over.
On the heels of violent thunderstorms which lashed parts of Germany on Wednesday, additional weather threats are expected into Thursday night.
Following a period of volatile weather across the Upper Midwest on Wednesday, the threat for severe storms will shift southward for Thursday.
Thunderstorms have the potential to impact Independence Day fireworks and outings in parts of the central and eastern United States, while dry weather will raise fire safety concerns in the West.
Batches of rain and thunderstorms will swing through Wales and England on Wednesday, continuing the threat for flash flooding and localised travel delays.