One-fifth of the global warming that has occurred over the past 150 years has been missed by historical records.
Florida bay sunset by "Mark46" on July 17, 2016. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Fireballs were caught on video over California last night. Meteor activity is heating up with the peak of a shower tonight. The Perseids will be the strongest meteor shower in years when it peaks in August.
On this satellite picture, we see the plume of moisture advancing northeastward from the Ohio Valley.
A system that started in the Gulf of Mexico is coming northeast and will bring a swath of heavy rains.
Soaking rains bring heat relief to parts of the Southeast over the next several days while parts of the Carolinas into the Deep South keep on roasting. Florida sees fairly typical summer weather except for fewer than usual afternoon thunderstorms. A new surge of heat will build in the coming days in the middle of the nation. The tropical East Pacific is quieting down somewhat but the Atlantic is starting to look more interesting.
Another stretch of dry weather for parts of eastern Canada into next week.
Hail in North Wales, Pennsylvania, by "draughtsman" on July 25, 2016. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
One-fifth of the global warming that has occurred over the past 150 years has been missed by historical records
A tropical low coming Northeast will produce a corridor of heavy rains.
In this picture, the sun had set as seen from the ground. However, sunlight was able to light up the clouds from below to create this look outside my home: