On this weekly edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we took a look at the flooding rain hitting the Mississippi Valley and the chance for drenching downpours along the East Coast this weekend.
Meteorologist Heather Waldman provided the latest forecast updates and tropical development details. Meteorologist Andrew Baglini highlighted the containment efforts of the El Portal Fire blazing near Yosemite.
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Stef Davis discussed the natural ebb and flow of the hurricane season. This week's By the Numbers segment featureed meteorologists Jim Dickey and Evan Myers discussing the roller coaster temperatures of this July.
Our show's host, Meteorologist Mark Mancuso, was on hand to go over the fan photos of the week, and shared your comments about this week's viral buzz story, Sharknado 2.
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A storm with rain, ice and snow will continue to affect the northwestern United States into Wednesday with wet and wintry travel.
Warmth will continue to build over much of the eastern United States into next week, ahead of what could be a major snowstorm for parts of the Central states.
Bitter cold and snow lashed Italy and the Balkan Peninsula during the first half of January, and more inclement weather is expected this week.
Germany will endure its longest stretch of cold weather so far this season.
Soaking rain will elevate the flood threat over the southern United States late this week, followed by a severe weather threat this weekend.
A new round of storms will bring locally drenching rain and heavy mountain snow, with possible flooding and travel disruptions, in California.