As Hurricane Arthur continues to churn in the Atlantic, East Coast beach-goers should prepare for dangerous surf, rip currents and periods of wet weather over the Fourth of July.
The first hurricane of the season in the Atlantic is expected to hinder holiday plans for millions from Daytona Beach, Florida, up through Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The brunt of Arthur is expected to be Thursday night through Friday, bringing heavy rain and high wind gusts to areas from North Carolina up through southern New England.
Thumbnail Image: NOAA's hurricane hunters fly over rain bands from Tropical Storm Arthur off the coast of Florida on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. (NOAA/G-IV)
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Locally windy conditions will keep the fire danger elevated across Southern California through the first half of this week as air quality concerns mount.
On the heels of the winter storm that blanketed parts of Britain with snow, another storm may bring more snow to southeast England on Monday.
Many NFL games across the country will be played amid dry weather, but lake-effect snow is piling up in Buffalo, New York, with fans facing a treacherous drive home.
Behind the storm set to return snow to the northeastern United States by Tuesday, bitter cold and frigid winds will make being outdoors brutal at midweek.
A potent storm threatens to whip western Europe into Monday with winds strong enough to cause power outages, travel disruptions and localized damage.
While some residents across the United Kingdom enjoyed substantial snowfall to heighten the holiday spirit this weekend, many others endured travel disruptions and power cuts.
Parts of the northeastern United States experienced their first major snowfall of the season this weekend.
An Alberta Clipper storm will lay a swath of snow and slippery travel from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast early this week.