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While it has already been abnormally hot in the southern Plains since the start of May, Mother Nature is getting ready to crank up the heat yet another notch this week.
Reed Timmer was in Kanab, Utah on July 14 where major flash flooding has greatly slowed traffic and turned streets into raging rivers.
In the wake of showers and thunderstorms that will enhance the risk of flash flooding, cooler air will invade the northeastern United States by midweek.
This whirlwind formed over fissure 8 of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii on July 10. The USGS said many whirlwinds have formed in this location due to the extreme heat of the lava channel interacting with the air above it. A light wind then pushed the air column to begin rotating.
In the United States, more people have died from being left in hot cars than from lightning strikes so far this year.
A drill ship in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana came dangerously close to a waterspout on July 14. The recorder was on his way to the ship to provide supplies.
While the southeastern U.S. is no stranger to humid, stormy conditions, widespread wet weather will be more disruptive than usual this week.
Hot and dry summer weather is expected to persist in the western U.S. this week, perpetuating the wildfire threat and risk of heat-related illness.
A new tropical threat is brewing in the western Pacific Ocean and can heighten the risk for flooding across the northern Philippines and Taiwan early this week.
On your next trip to the beach, keep in mind that the water’s conditions might not be as safe as they may appear.
Penn State's Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics has just recently concluded their 20th annual AstroFest program, which went from July 11-14. AccuWeather visited the event to learn about how their outreach program encourages kids and adults to learn more about the wonders of the universe.
Whether it’s for a recreational trip through the wilderness or a competitive distance race, cyclists always need to take the weather into account before they ride.