Powerful winds, flooding rainfall and surge, and mudslides will threaten lives and property across Japan.
Tropical Storm Neoguri has quickly weakened as it made landfall over Japan, but it still poses dangers to the nation with heavy rain and possible mudslides.
The Colorado River serves as one of the most vital water sources in the United States, providing water to nearly 40 million people in the west.
Days after Neoguri takes a curved path over Japan and into the northern Pacific, much cooler air will drive southeastward across the Midwest and into the Northeast.
Pockets of potentially flooding rain, hail, and unseasonably cool air will not be quick to leave central and eastern Europe.
Violent storms and tornadoes ransacked areas in the northeast on Tuesday, killing five.
Intense storms rolled through Arizona Tuesday night bringing flash flooding to areas of La Paz County.
In the wake of torrential rain in recent weeks, flooding will continue to work downstream along the Mississippi River in the United States and rivers in South Central Canada this week.
The mercury will continue to soar in Seattle throughout the weekend and into early next week with temperatures reaching near record highs Sunday through Tuesday.
Frequent, rumbling tremors beneath the earth may be a common occurrence in California, but Oklahoma has now surpassed the state in the number of earthquakes felt this year—a trend that is surprising geophysicists and raising concern.
A routine wedding photo shoot in Saskatchewan, Canada, received a memorable addition from Mother Nature, a tornado, over the weekend.
Phoenix, AZ (2001)
Six straight days with highs below 100 degrees. This is the first time that this has accured in July since 1950.
Greenland Ranch CA (1913)
134 degrees -- highest temp. recorded in the Western Hemisphere.
New Jersey (1926)
A bolt of lightning at the Picatinny Army Arsenal in Northern NJ triggered a massive explosion in an ammunition dump. Every building within a half mile was leveled by the blast and 16 people were killed. Debris landed as far as 22 miles away and over 100 million present-day dollars of damage was done. This is the most costly damage due to lightning in the United States.