How’s the weather looking for your Thursday evening? Get the latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Chief Meteorologist Roger Griswold.
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People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Naples Daily News
In the Gulf of Mexico, Invest 95L is taking aim at Texas but tropical rainfall could extend to several Gulf Coast states.
The sea breeze will push over the coast & I-95 midday today, bringing a few storms. Heavy storms will get going this afternoon & evening well inland.
Meteorologists are still watching three disturbances in the Atlantic basin.
Mike Buresh is tracking some true tropical downpours that we’re accustomed to for this time of the year.
- The Weather Network
On this day in weather history, Guadalajara, Mexico, was hit by a heavy hailstorm.
Lots to watch in the Tropics. A Gulf Low and Potential Tropical Cyclone Two are racing to see which will organize first to become the second named storm of the season.
- The Weather Network
This city just shattered its record for most consecutive days above 25°C, and it’s within striking distance of chopping down another heat record this week.
- The Coloradoan
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office will remain on scene of the fully contained Halligan FIre for now, according to a tweet.
Houston will continue to watch a low in the Gulf. The National Hurricane Center gives it a 40% chance to develop into a tropical depression or storm. Its organization, track, and intensity will determine the amount of rain expected for southeast Texas on Thursday and Friday. For now, it looks like the dry ground can handle all the rain without widespread problems. Things should dry over the weekend and July 4th looks muggy and hot.
- Miami Herald
The Atlantic basin is no longer forecast to see its first hurricane of the season this week, but forecasters have upped the chances that a system near Texas might develop into a tropical depression.
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STORY: The temperatures in the Italian capital were expected to reach 104 degrees Fahrenheit, according to weather website ilmeteo.it, with people queuing at the capital's many fountains and drinking fountains trying to cool off.''I've heard that it has never been this hot in June. We are from southern California, it is hot all time, we don't get any rain, we are out of water all the time,'' American tourist Trevor said.Along with soaring temperatures, drought conditions are also rapidly spreading through Italy, with rivers and reservoirs drying up.Italy's Lazio region, which includes Rome, declared a state of emergency last week, imposing restrictions in some communities, including bans on hosepipe usage and filling swimming pools.
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Central America is bracing for tropical storm conditions. The tropical system, now located off the northern coast of Colombia, has a 90% chance of developing into Tropical Storm Bonnie on Thursday as it approaches Nicaragua and Costa Rica. It's expected to strengthen into a strong tropical storm before landfall Friday evening.
The impact of the North American monsoon has been significant in the Southwest over the past week, and this is expected to continue through the holiday weekend. However, AccuWeather meteorologists say that other areas of the West may also get active weather in the coming days. The number of showers and thunderstorms has decreased a bit in the Southwest compared to earlier in the week, but this respite will be short-lived. "After a bit of a lull in coverage around midweek, rains will increase aga
The D.C. region is marking 10-years since the powerful and destructive derecho moved across the D.C. area. Video taken from inside the Jefferson Memorial in June 2012 shows the powerful storm as it tore through the region. The storm knocked out power to millions of people in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia and was one of the deadliest and most destructive fast-moving severe weather events to strike the area.
AccuWeather forecasters are watching a tropical feature in the Caribbean Sea that is set to bring flooding rainfall and strong winds to parts of Central America and also potentially put a very unusual stamp in the history books. The tropical rainstorm, designated as Potential Tropical Cyclone Two by the National Hurricane Center (NHC), is set to gain some organization and strength as it enters the warm waters of the southwestern Caribbean Sea. The system was forecast to become Tropical Storm Bon
The end of the week continues to look wet for Houston. The Gulf Low will move inland and bring much needed rain to Southeast Texas. Rainfall totals still look manageable with the higher totals near the coast. Saturday will start the transition to a drier forecast with the 4th of July looking hot and muggy with isolated chances for afternoon downpours.
Meteorologist Jim Weber says we're seeing a typical increase in activity in the Atlantic and Caribbean as we close out June. A tropical wave north of South America still has low chances of development over the next 5 days, but it shows potential for possible movement into the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico after that.
A rainbow emerged from behind storm clouds sweeping over Spring Hill, Florida, on Tuesday, June 28.Timelapse footage by Noah Baja captured the phenomenon.The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Special Weather Statement for the region, warning of winds of up to 50 mph. Credit: Noah Baja via Storyful
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Heat records have fallen on every continent in the Northern Hemisphere in June — a worrying trend given that the hottest months of the summer are still to come.