May has turned out be a wet month over much of the eastern United States, but are there any signs of prolonged sunny days and summer heat in store for June?
Despite lower-than-average numbers of tropical storms and hurricanes for the Atlantic in 2017, parts of the southeastern United States are likely to be at risk for multiple major impacts.
Drenching showers and locally gusty thunderstorms will crawl across the southern United States early this week, threatening to disrupt travel and ruin outdoor plans.
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Wet and stormy weather threatens to disrupt holiday plans from the Eastern Seaboard to the Gulf Coast, as well as across the Great Lakes on Memorial Day.
The risk of damaging thunderstorms will continue through the Memorial Day weekend with communities from Michigan to Texas being threatened into Sunday night.
The heaviest thunderstorms threatening Indianapolis on Sunday should hold off until after the Indy 500 is run, unless crashes prevent the race from finishing before the late afternoon.
Powerful thunderstorms will continue to cause significant damage as they plow across the central United States into early Sunday morning.
Flooding and mudslides have killed more than 160 people in Sri Lanka, while severe storms stretched from Florida to Ohio.
Several confirmed tornadoes produced significant damage across North Carolina on Wednesday, as severe storms threatened areas from Florida to Ohio.