Another strong upper-level high will shift over the western U.S. this weekend through early next week resulting in intense heat.
The moon brightens in advance of next week's full moon. The Mars opposition happens on the same day as a lunar eclipse and the peak of a few different meteor showers!
It wouldn't be my beach vacation without some sort of weather shenanigans.
While Tropical Storm Son-tinh lashes China and northern Indochina, a new and potentially more dangerous threat is expected to develop later this week.
The big island of Hawaii is getting a lot of rain - is Kilauea to blame?
It will become more comfortable after the cold front leaves.
It will feel like an oven in Texas and Oklahoma later this week, while it remains cooler and unsettled over much of the Southeast
Venus will appear right next to the slender crescent moon Saturday evening. Mercury will not be far away.