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Cleveland will finally dry out for the beginning of the week following a few snow showers over the weekend.
The coldest air of the season so far will move in during the middle of the week and will produce some frigid nights.
High temperatures Tuesday through Thursday will be in the 20s with nighttime lows in the teens.
Another storm system may brush the area with snow by next weekend.
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There are more deaths due to flooding than from any other thunderstorm-related hazard and most occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous floodwaters. These drownings are preventable with proper safety precautions.
Though using sunscreen is an important practice all year round, it is especially vital in the summer. Check out the key important factors in using the right sunscreen in the right way.
Four times every year, New Yorkers and tourists alike come together on the streets of Manhattan to view one of the most anticipated sunsets of the year, known as Manhattanhenge.
While people in the Northeast will have to dodge showers and thunderstorms from Saturday to Memorial Day, the holiday weekend will not be a complete washout.
It will be a tale of two forecasts in the western U.S. this coming weekend as storms dampen the Interior Northwest but heat and drought persist in the Southwest.
Many travelers may not consider their vacation’s potentially negative consequences for environment and local communities.
Following what seems like weeks of nearly continuous rainfall, sunny, warm and rain-free weather will continue to grace the northeastern United States through Friday.
As the French Open gets underway on Sunday, summerlike heat, showers and thunderstorms are expected to last into midweek.