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After a cooler-than-normal summer 2014, the Northeast can anticipate more 90-degree days. Meanwhile, drought conditions will expand in the West.
Thunderstorms are set to return to the Plains for the first week of May following a relatively quiet end to April.
Strong thunderstorms threaten to close out the weekend across parts of the Upper Midwest, posing risks to those with outdoor plans and potentially causing damage.
Earlier this week, a lava lake churning within a crater near the summit of Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano rose to record heights, offering visitors a rare glimpse of molten lava splattering above the vent rim before it overflowed.
While severe storms moving across portions of the southern United States kicked off the week, the storms dwindled as the week moved forward, setting the stage for quieter weather for the start of May.
Following multiple days and weekends with rain and storms in April, millions of people across the South will not have to worry about severe weather or dodging downpours.
As the world faces a severe hunger crisis, farmers are taking to the streets of major cities to expand sustainable practices into urban areas.