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Derecho's hurricane-force winds damaged 10 million acres of crops in Iowa
The damage to corn and soybean crops was so dramatic that it could be seen in satellite images. What will this mean for overall U.S. corn production this year?
New tropical threat could emerge along East Coast
And whether the disturbance strengthens into Tropical Storm Kyle or not, impacts are expected to felt along the Atlantic coast into this weekend.
Daily coronavirus briefing: New test could show results in seconds
Receiving a diagnosis in seconds may be on the horizon with the help of a revolutionary COVID-19 test. Meanwhile, face masks will be required in one major U.S. city into 2021.
Searing heat wave to swell across West, spark highest temps in 3 years
A major hot spell will produce temperatures as high as 30 degrees above normal. And one city just over the Canadian border may challenge an all-time August high.
AccuWeather Summer Camp: What makes a thunderstorm severe?
Lightning has killed an average of 25 people each of the last 10 years in the U.S., but that’s not what makes a thunderstorm severe.
New study shows best and worst face masks to guard against coronavirus
A team of scientists analyzed more than a dozen of the most commonly-worn mask types and some of the masks, they concluded, are actually worse than wearing no mask at all.