New research out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology indicates that extreme snowfall events will continue to occur in the Northern Hemisphere despite long-term global warming.
The 790 Fire is located in the Sky Lakes Wilderness north of Big Ben Creek. This fire resulted from the lightning on July 31. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Welcome to September and meteorological Fall.
For much of the last week the monsoon moisture flow into the Southwest has been completely shut down by dry westerly winds. This is about to change.
New research indicates that extreme snowfall events will continue to occur in the Northern Hemisphere despite long-term global warming.
Tropical development is expected this weekend in the Western Pacific with possible impacts for Japan
A couple of cold fronts will move through, producing heavy thunderstorms the next couple of days.
Even though fall is but three weeks away, summer heat and humidity will have a full run this week from the Plains to the East Coast.
Thunderstorms were widespread across the Midwest yesterday. This map shows the lightning strokes from 8 a.m. ET yesterday. Note how thunderstorms formed along the sea breeze boundary in the Carolinas.