This afternoon, on another edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we were joined by wildfire experts to discuss aspects of this year's destructive wildfire season. Forensic fire investigators explained how they determine the cause of wildfires and how incident meteorologists help protect emergency personnel on the scene.
AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Adrienne Green gave a live forecast and updates on the exhaustive heat set to impact large portions of the country this week. Violetta Yas explained what a haboob is and how dust storms form, as well as how to stay safe if one should form near you.
Additionally, we took a look at viewer photos of summer weather phenomena. AccuWeather meteorologists were also on hand to answer viewer's questions live on air.
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An early taste of summer is expected to return to a large part of the eastern United States in the final days of April.
Flooding rain and locally severe thunderstorms will advance across the southeastern United States through Monday with parts of the Carolinas bracing for major flooding.
Rain continued to plague NASCAR drivers and fans at Bristol, Tennessee, on Sunday as officials were forced to postpone the Food City 500 to Monday.
Following rain to end the weekend in Florida, a spell of dry weather will threaten to worsen drought conditions and exacerbate brush fires plaguing the state.
Warmer and dry weather will return to southern Germany early this week for Springfest Frühlingsfest 2017.
Rain threatening to cause flooding in the Carolinas into Monday will also put many outdoor plans in jeopardy in the Northeast through the first half of this week.
The March for Science at the National Mall attracted thousands to share their views about the current political climate despite rainy conditions.