Aside from downpours and thunderstorms associated with Barry, the only area at risk for periodic severe thunderstorms will be across the northern tier of the central United States through midweek.
AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures will be on the rise across the northeastern United States through the first half of this week before moisture from Barry arrives and triggers downpours.
Thunder will fill the sky on Tuesday night as July’s full moon, known as the Thunder Moon, glows brightly. Part of the world will also be treated to a lunar eclipse.
While the lower Mississippi Valley is bearing the brunt of Barry, downpours will spread across the mid-Mississippi and Ohio valleys into Wednesday with localized flood dangers.
Residents from the northern Philippines to Taiwan are being warned that a new tropical system will threaten the region the next several days.
Heavy rainfall has triggered deadly flooding and mudslides across parts of Nepal and northern India in recent days and more rain is on the way.
The world's oldest golf championship returns to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years and the weather may be a factor in the outcome.