While Tropical Storm Son-tinh lashes China and northern Indochina, a new and potentially more dangerous threat is expected to develop later this week.
As we move into the second half of July, the west Pacific Ocean is set to produce multiple tropical threats.
Much of June into the first few days of July has been extremely dry across many parts of northern Europe into eastern Europe.
Several intriguing weather stories are ongoing across the globe this week.
The coastal city of Quriyat, Oman may have set the all-time highest minimum temperature for a 24-hour period earlier this week.
The big story this week will be the flooding threat across parts of the Balkans and Austria.
Heavy rain will descend on parts of central Chile this weekend and Santiago could be one of the locations impacted.
The potential is increasing for a sweltering heat wave across the British Isles next week.
Will the recent warm and dry weather hold this week for Royal Ascot or will rain and cooler air dampen the festivities?
Hector is an unusual and rare late season storm that should not be shrugged off as just another windstorm.