A taste of autumn is in store for the northeastern United States by this weekend, but not before more heat and heavy, gusty thunderstorms roll through some areas through the middle days of this week.
While there are some areas being watched, explosive tropical development over the Atlantic basin seems unlikely this week.
Above-average temperatures were generally limited to the Desert Southwest last week, but a shift in the jet stream pattern will bring expanding heat across much of the Intermountain West this week.
Without much of a change in the pattern, more storms are likely for the Little League World Series on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On the heels of four tropical cyclones that made landfall in eastern Asia so far this month, a new tropical threat has developed in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Following news that monsoon rain has claimed more than 300 lives across India, Myanmar and Pakistan so far this month, the risk of flooding will expand to India's National Capital Region (NCR).
Autumn will get off to a wet and blustery start across the UK, as forecasters are calling for an active few months for rain and windstorms.