Showers and thunderstorms that may disrupt travel, dampen outdoor plans and become locally heavy and gusty will sweep through the southern United States early next week.
The winter of 2018-2019 will go down in the record books for being the wettest on record due to relentless rain and snow, so AccuWeather ranked the cities that were buried under the most snow this winter.
A storm forecast to spread rain from the Mississippi Valley on Sunday to the Atlantic coast on Monday may bring a brief period of snow to parts of the Great Lakes and interior Northeast early next week.
Pacific storms will sweep into the northwestern United States on occasion into next week, keeping temperatures from returning to record high levels.
A lunar rainbow, one of the rarest types of rainbows, appeared during the super worm moon earlier this week.
Lives and property will be in severe peril through early this week along the northwestern coastline of Western Australia as Severe Tropical Cyclone Veronica slows down and unloads extreme rainfall.
More than 1,000 people are feared dead in Mozambique and Zimbabwe as the flood catastrophe caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai continues to rage. Drier weather is expected to finally return later this weekend.
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