A tropical wave west of the Cape Verde Islands could be the next named tropical storm in the Atlantic.
Cool and unsettled weather will continue across the Northeast through late week.
Relief is on the way for portions of the Plains that are in the grips of the ongoing drought.
A tropical wave west of the Cape Verde Islands looks like it could be the next named tropical storm in the Atlantic Basin.
It was a rather active past few days with tornadoes, flash flooding, and damaging winds targeting many communities from Tennessee to Massachusetts and in Colorado.
A pair of tropical threats will target areas from China and Taiwan to Guam this week.
Following the thunderstorms of early in the week, the Nation's Capital will see cooler and less humid air midweek.
Thunderstorms will move into the Chicago area later this week, and the threat for storms will remain into the weekend.
Minneapolis will have sunshine and slightly below-average temperatures continue on Wednesday before pop-up storms move into the region on Thursday and Friday.
Cooler temperatures and lower humidity continue through late-week, despite the return of thunderstorms.
The chance for thunderstorms will persist through the Dallas area for the next several days.
"A considerable flood arose unexpectedly which proved detrimental to many in that colony." This was the first of 2 hurricane/floods within 30 days.
Amarillo, TX (1982)
4.22" of rain -- 24-hour July rainfall record.
Eureka, CA (1982)
A total of 0.03" in drizzle -- a daily rainfall record for midsummer.