An ocean storm that has been threatening a cloudy, rainy early week period for New York City will pass far enough east on early this week to keep the inclement weather away.
Weather related flight delays are not expected due to the storm. Tranquil weather will actually grip the region.
While travel on land will largely be void of weather delays, small crafts could encounter some choppy waters across Long Island Sound and the South Shore as the ocean storm churns offshore. Any small craft operators should exercise caution through Tuesday until the ocean storm moves far away.
Temperatures will be seasonable for the most part early this week with afternoon highs in the lower to mid-70s and overnight lows in the upper 50s. However, it will turn unusually warm Wednesday and Thursday as AccuWeather RealFeel temperatures reach the mid-80s during the afternoons.
Rain-free weather will accompany the warming weather this week.
A fresh shot of cool air will keep temperatures below normal in northern Europe through this weekend.
Concerns are being raised about how the California drought is negatively affecting the state’s emission goals by hampering the ability to rely on hydroelectricity, which is a cleaner, less expensive form of electricity.
Pets, like humans, enjoy spending more time outdoors during the summer. However, there are health hazards that owners should be aware of to make sure pets remain safe and healthy.
A tropical threat from the Atlantic on the United States and Caribbean islands may increase into next week.
As temperatures rise through the weekend in the South, so will the risk for heat-related dangers.
United States residents may pay higher heating costs this fall as colder air is expected to grip the Rockies and Plains at times and some quick-hitting chilly shots may impact the Northeast.
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A tornado killed 31 people and destroyed 1351 dwellings.
Great Idaho Fire was contained after 851 lives and 6 billion board feet of timber were lost.