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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we highlighted the upcoming severe weather threat for the south-central states this weekend.
To kick off the show, Meteorologist Justin Povick gave forecast updates, and Meteorologist Heather Waldman highlighted the recent extreme weather events from earlier in the week.
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With the approaching threat of severe weather, Meteorologist Jim Dickey discussed how and why hail is formed.
In sports news, Molly Cochran explained the ways conditions such as the heat and humidity can impact gameplay for roller derby bouts.
Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers took a look at the fan comments from the week as part of their weekly By the Numbers segment.
Show host Mark Mancuso also took look at some fan comments when he hosted our viral segment and showed some of the best fan photos from the past week.
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Volcanic fog or volcanic smog, also known as vog, has posed significant health threats to residents of Hawaii for years during Kīlauea volcano’s continued activity.
An unsettled weather pattern is expected across central and southern Germany this week as thunderstorms rumble each day.
While the recent warmth felt across the United Kingdom will last right through the upcoming bank holiday weekend, showers and thunderstorms may dampen some outdoor events.
One more round of heavy, drenching thunderstorms will eye areas from the eastern Ohio Valley to the central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic through Tuesday evening before an extended stretch of dry and pleasantly warm weather returns.
As the summer heat builds and people start to spend more time outdoors, lakes and rivers may still be dangerously cold following the winter months.
Parts of the Ohio Valley will be at risk for locally severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and hail into Monday evening.
A needed break from the persistent rounds of showers and thunderstorms is finally on the horizon for the mid-Atlantic, but not before more downpours and locally severe storms occur early this week.
Regardless of whether an organized tropical system takes shape in the Gulf of Mexico for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the southeastern United States will remain at risk for flooding downpours.