No surprise, August 2016 was the warmest August on record for global land/ocean surface combined, according to NOAA.
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Severe storms over the High Plains. Video looks at the tropical issues coming up.
After reaching the 80s today from NYC to Boston, it might not be that warm again through much of next week.
Mild air masses likely to outnumber the chilly air masses for a good part of October.
Summer has ended astronomically, but from a meteorological standpoint, there's plenty more warm weather heading into October from the Plains to the East.
Tropics may produce storms that could impact the U.S.
The Atummunal equinox occurs Thursday at 10:21 am. EDT (14:21 UTC). We are about to start huge temperature swings across the Globe. Also, we look at why the days and nights not quite equal on the Equinox.