On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we took a look at the return of the polar vortex. Though temperatures will drop, they will not be as cold as the last time this arctic air shot into the United States.
With ski season ramping up, Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers looked at some of the better areas in the country for ski conditions. As part of their 'By the Numbers' segment, they explained some of the conditions behind California's devastating, persistent drought. They addressed some of the questions and comments that fans sent in this week.
Mark Mancuso also answered some fan questions and showed some of the best user-submitted photos from the past week.
In line with ski season, Heather Waldman explained the dangers of avalanches, which have taken five lives so far this season on the mountains.
With some cold weather on the way, Andrew Baglini explained some of the ways fans can stay warm as we get closer to the first outdoor Super Bowl in the Northeast.
The next round of thunderstorm downpours will swing into the Appalachians with the risk of isolated flash flooding on Monday.
Following a rain-free weekend for many in the Northeast, residents may be wondering if this is a sign of things to come for July.
A persistent storm track will keep summer warmth out of the United Kingdom through much of July.
Rounds of drenching thunderstorms could bring drought relief to parts of the southern United States into July.
Severe storms will bring large hail and damaging wind gusts to parts of Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas on Monday.
The uptick in spotty, drenching thunderstorms, associated with the southwestern United States monsoon, will continue in the coming days and weeks.
Tillers Ferry, SC (1901)
Rain of fish: "hundreds of little fish swimming between cotton rows" after a heavy shower (Monthly Weather Review).
Fort Yukon, AK (1915)
100 degrees -- hottest ever in any month for the 50th state.
Extreme heat: Raleigh, NC 104 degrees, June record Greensboro, NC 102 degrees, June record Charlotte, NC 102.8 degrees, June record Columbia, SC 107 degrees, record high