After a rather cloudy weekend, sunshine will break out for the early part of the week, along with warming temperatures.
Temperatures will begin the week below average, but warm to above average by the middle of the week with highs in the middle to upper 70s.
Morning commuters will have to watch for patchy dense fog each morning, which will burn off by mid-morning, leaving the remainder of the day under mainly sunny skies.
Dry weather will persist late in the week with patchy morning fog followed by mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will remain above normal with highs in the middle to upper 70s.
A slow-moving storm system will bring heavy rain and the risk of flooding to southeast Queensland and eastern New South Wales.
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As the death toll climbs early this week, thunderstorms will continue to disrupt rescue and recovery efforts across the Kathmandu Valley.
Severe storms pummeled areas from Dallas to New Orleans during a storm outbreak Sunday into Monday.
An unsettled and stormy weather pattern will challenge plans for Nik Wallenda, who will attempt to walk atop a slowly-moving, 400-foot-high observation wheel on Wednesday morning.
The main threat of severe weather will focus on central and southern Florida during Tuesday.
St. Louis, MO (1973)
All-time record crest of Mississippi River of 43.3 feet. Water mark (1844) broken by 1.9 ft.
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73" of snow in 72 hours (April 25-28).
Third day of record heat. April records: Location Old Record New Record Buffalo, NY 94 88/1986 Binghamton, NY 88 84/1962 Syracuse, NY 92 88/1990