Rain will converge along the Atlantic Seaboard this weekend with Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, caught on the edge.
As more humid air begins to push back in from the Atlantic Ocean this weekend, a series of disturbances moving up from the south will unleash downpours.
One or more rounds of rain and thunderstorms are in the offing this weekend that cannot only slow travel at times, but also soak a day at the beach or the ballpark.
There is a chance of rain during each of the Major League Baseball games this weekend in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and New York City.
How high temperatures get this weekend will depend on cloud cover and the timing and duration of the rainfall, which could last several hours both days.
High temperatures are forecast to range from the 70s to the lower 80s, which is well below the average high in the middle 80s for early August.
More typical warmth, humidity and less rain is forecast for next week.
After a stretch of tranquil weather in the western Pacific, a tropical low will threaten the Philippines.
East Coast travelers are being put on alert that the potential exists for a winter storm to unfold on Wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year.
People across the Northeast will be reaching for their hats and winter coats once again during the upcoming week following a brief period of springlike warmth.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked central Japan hours after a deadly earthquake hit China.
A storm riding a surge of springlike warmth will bring a round of severe weather including the risk of a few tornadoes this weekend in the South as Thanksgiving travel begins.
The mammoth amount of snow that fell across areas around Buffalo, New York, has caused extreme travel delays and has forced the Bills game to a new location.
Maine & New Hampshire (1943)
Big snow in central New Hampshire and Maine resulted from a stalled low pressure system. 56 inches of snow fell in 24 hours at Randolph, NH. A total of 35 inches at Middle Dam, ME made a new state record.
Portland, OR (1983)
25th consecutive day with at least a trace of rain.
Snow squalls with thunder and lightning at Milwaukee, where 9 inches fell. Eleven inches fell at Waukegan and 2.1 inches at Chicago's O'Hare Airport.