As we move into the second half of July, the west Pacific Ocean is set to produce multiple tropical threats.
Severe thunderstorms brought rain, wind and a wall of dust through Nevada and Arizona Monday evening.
Chris and Beryl will continue to annoy beachgoers and meteorologists this week.
Much of June into the first few days of July has been extremely dry across many parts of northern Europe into eastern Europe.
While not as hot as Friday and Saturday, the week ahead will still offer above-average temperatures across much of the Southwest U.S. The threat for monsoonal thunderstorms will also continue.
Heat retreats from the Southeast as fronts move in, meanwhile, the tropics are getting busier.
Several intriguing weather stories are ongoing across the globe this week.