Thunderstorms will pulse and become locally severe from the central Appalachians to the mid-Atlantic coast on Monday.
After record-breaking heat baked the Pacific Northwest last week, a large-scale shift in the weather pattern will bring big changes to the region later this week.
The western Indian state of Gujarat avoided a direct hit from former Tropical Cyclone Vayu; however, the region will still be at risk for flash flooding into Tuesday.
Scientists collected sediment samples from the bottoms of five remote lakes, and what they discovered wasn't exactly unexpected but is very concerning.
Showers and thunderstorms dampening the Tennessee Valley and Florida Peninsula through early week will largely miss the drought areas of the Southeast.
The tropics may activate in the western Pacific Ocean beginning late this week, with Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands being put on alert for potential impacts.