Areas in the East and South will be at risk for damaging winds and flooding rain into Tuesday.
A surfing contest in San Diego featured some unique competitors on Sunday.
The first part of this week will feel more like September than the middle of July, typically the hottest time of year, throughout the Midwest.
The hot weather seen across the Northwest over the weekend will carry over into the new week, continuing the risk of heat-related illness.
Areas in the East and South will be at risk for severe thunderstorms packing damaging winds, flooding rain and frequent lightning strikes into Tuesday.
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One person was killed and three were injured after a lightning strike at Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park Saturday afternoon. This comes one day after another strike occurred in the park on Friday, leaving one woman dead and seven injured.
Beachgoers were sent running by a sudden, violent hail storm in Siberia on Sunday.
In the western Pacific, Typhoon Rammasun is on track to hit the Philippines.
Record-challenging heat will continue in Seattle through midweek before temperatures return to normal.
Above-normal temperatures will be the story around the Bay area to kick off the new week.
Scottsdale, AZ (2001)
Thunderstorm wind gusts (60-80 mph) blew over a power pole into a car killing the driver. Several other poles were blown over, which trapped 8 vehicles with live power lines. several trees were uprooted and a house roof damaged.
Columbia Co., NY (1870)
Workmen in fields injured by hail.
Los Angeles, CA (1886)
A total of 0.24 inches of rain, the greatest 24-hour July rainstorm.