Cooler weather greeted the 2014 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City the past few days, but warmer conditions are in store Wednesday as celebrities and fashion icons continue to flock to the various shows taking place citywide.
The next chance of disruptive rain is late Thursday afternoon as thunderstorms may come calling.
Fashion Week, affectionately nicknamed the "Super Bowl of Fashion," kicked off on Thursday, Sept. 4, and will run through Sept. 11, as fashion icons such as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Betsey Johnson, Tory Burch and others converge on New York City to display trends that will be in stores for spring of 2015.
The warming trend will continue on Thursday, along with building humidity. Both may help fuel late afternoon thunderstorms. Stay ahead of the storm situation, if you are headed to the Calvin Klein show at 2 p.m. EDT on Thursday.
Check in with AccuWeather's MinuteCast which is a patented minute-by-minute, highly localized precipitation forecast to keep informed on exactly when it will start and stop raining at a precise street address or GPS location throughout the event.
America's Next Top Model judge Nigel Barker is surrounded by the AccuWeather MinuteCast team at New York Fashion Week, Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014. The AccuWeather MinuteCast Storm Squad was at this year's Fashion Week to help attendees stay one step ahead of any possible precipitation and to navigate any Prada-ruining puddles. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for AccuWeather/AP Images)
MinuteCast is available for free in the AccuWeather mobile app available across all major mobile devices, and through the AccuWeather.com classic and mobile websites. The feature's interactive design shows precipitation pinpointed by the minute for the next two hours for your exact street address or GPS location. Now, deciding what to wear and staying in control of the most fashionable looks all day and night has never been easier, exclusively from AccuWeather.
Content contributed by AccuWeather.com Lead Online Journalist Jillian MacMath.
After a mild surge of air moved into Atlanta for the weekend, cooler air will settle across the region through Thanksgiving.
Dry weather is expected to last through Thanksgiving in the Dallas Metroplex.
Cold air returns to Chicago this week and a mix of rain and snow will lead to a messy commute Monday evening.
Milder air pouring into the Midwest will quickly be replaced by snow, plunging temperatures and travel hazards to kick off Thanksgiving week.
James Grimaldi of West Seneca, New York, used his drone to capture impressive aerial views of his snow-covered neighborhood.
East Coast travelers are being put on alert that the potential exists for a winter storm to unfold on Wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year.