While the week started out on a cooler and unsettled note, drier and much warmer weather has taken over in London.
Thursday will be partly sunny with the high climbing to the upper 79 degrees F (26.1 degrees C).
Today will have the best weather of the week with sunny skies and a few patchy clouds. It should remain dry with a high in the mid- to- upper 70s degrees F (almost 24 degrees C).
Dry weather should dominate the balance of the weekend; however, a front may approach and bring the risk for a few showers on Sunday.
Content contributed by AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alan Reppert.
The focus for severe storms will move into the Ohio Valley on Wednesday, bringing the threat for damaging winds, hail and heavy rainfall.
Wednesday will be clearer for recovery and clean up efforts.
The same storm system responsible for producing violent thunderstorms in Oklahoma recently will reach the Atlantic Seaboard Thursday.
Strong thunderstorms impacted areas from Texas and Louisiana to New England with large hail and damaging winds.
The atmospheric severe weather engine began firing on all cylinders this past weekend and reached full speed Monday over Oklahoma.
Preliminary reports are calling it an EF-4 tornado that has caused numerous fatalities and injuries in Moore, Okla.
Waterville, ME (1832)
Kennebec Flood discharged 140,000 cubic feet of water per second -- high stage not equalled until 1901, and not exceeded until 1936.
New Brunswick, NJ (1804)
Tornado destroyed 2 barns, 1 hotel and 3 houses. "The damage done in this village cannot be less than $1,500 or $2,000." New York Evening Post, June 5, 1904.
Sichuan Province China (1986)
More than 35,000 homes and 7,700 acres of crops were destroyed by a devastating hailstorm. Reports indicated that 100 people were killed and 9,000 injured. (Reports vary as to the exact date of the hailstorm.)