CBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
- Orlando Sentinel
ORLANDO, Fla. — The National Hurricane Center has its eye on two systems with the potential to form into the season’s next tropical depression or storm. New on Saturday is an area of low pressure the could form early next week in the northern Gulf of Mexico. In the NHC’s 2 p.m. tropical outlook, forecasters said any development would be slow as it drifts to the west over the northwestern Gulf, ...
Some rain later this morning into the early afternoon.
After cooler-than-normal weather held in place in the Pacific Northwest during the spring months, the first taste of summer arrived on Friday and Saturday. While the heat has not been as intense as what was felt during the record-shattering heat last year, high temperatures over 15 degrees Fahrenheit above average have been recorded over the past couple of days. AccuWeather forecasters say the heat will continue into early week, but relief will quickly follow. The start of a heat wave was predic
AccuWeather meteorologists are putting portions of the Gulf Coast on alert for the possibility of a tropical system and flooding rainfall in just a few days. The tropical season in the basin officially started on June 1, and the first named storm, Tropical Storm Alex formed just five days later, contributing to drenching rainfall across Florida. Before the end of the month, the U.S. could again be threatened by a tropical system. "Conditions for tropical development across the northwestern porti
If you love the heat, I hope you enjoyed the weekend because the week ahead is a break in this very warm and dry pattern. The lower 90s and rain chances every day dominate the forecast. It won't be a washout every day, but there will be chances for all of us to see rain. We still are watching for a possible low to form in the Gulf later in the week, but not something to worry about. If it happens, it will just increase the rain chances for the end of the week.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
Here’s when and where the hottest weather will occur and what you can do to stay cool.
- Naples Daily News
NHC experts give it a 30 percent change of forming through the next 48 hours and chances for formation increase to 60 percent over the next five days.
We are watching 2 areas in the Atlantic Basin for development. One close to home in the Gulf of Mexico has very low odds but another in the Central Atlantic could become a tropical depression or storm by next week.
Confidence is increasing that the next named tropical system of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season will form in the farthest southern reaches of the basin during the final days of June. This brewing tropical system, along with a disturbance much closer to the mainland of the United States, could make for an active end to June and beginning of July in the tropical Atlantic, following a lull in the wake of Tropical Storm Alex. AccuWeather meteorologists have been zeroing in on a robust cluster of
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We have the latest on the monsoon dropping lots of rain all over the state.
- Star News
In "Fifteen Hurricanes That Changed the Carolinas," Jay Barnes profiles major storms on the North and South Carolina coasts.
Recently, many in the Southwest have seen showers and thunderstorms slide through the area. Forecasters say that more of the same is in the forecast. While the rain will help dent the ongoing drought and keep wildfire concerns at bay, too much rain at once can lead to the opposite problem, with flash flooding a possibility. For most in the Desert Southwest, the weather conditions in May and June could not be more different. In Albuquerque, New Mexico, no measurable rainfall fell during May. But
- The Courier & Press
An abnormally dry, hotter-than-average June is already hurting local crops.
Our team of meteorologists has the latest on changing weather conditions across the Carolinas.
FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Allison Gargaro has the forecast.
- The Independent
The Met Office has indicated a day of sunshine, with some scattered showers, over the course of a breezy Sunday
Cold front brings storms and heavy rainfall back to North Georgia Monday.
We are still expected to see triple-digit heat in the days ahead.
- The Independent
Temperatures are expected to remain average for the time of year