Fox 47 Weather update
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.
A tropical rainstorm tracking across the southern Caribbean Sea is on the cusp of becoming a named tropical storm, but AccuWeather meteorologists are also monitoring another tropical rainstorm in the northern Gulf of Mexico that could strengthen. While organization and development into a tropical depression or named storm is a possibility at any time through Thursday, downpours are expected to overspread much of the western and central Gulf Coast. This rain can cause localized flash flooding but
Alaska, traditionally one of the coldest states in the country, is set to see an unusually warm start to July thanks to a heat dome parking itself over the region. Temperatures could rise up to 20 degrees F above normal in the northernmost state, with temperatures rising well into the 80s to near 90 F. A heat dome occurs when there is a large poleward shift in the jet stream, which becomes wavy and elongated. In this case, an unusually strong high pressure system is forcing the jet stream well t
- Idaho Statesman
“Plunging into cold water of any temperature becomes dangerous if you aren’t prepared,” the National Weather Service said.
- Miami Herald
The Atlantic basin could see its first hurricane of the season later this week if a system near Venezuela keeps strengthening.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The fire threatened 50 structures, according to Cal Fire.
- Raleigh News and Observer
It can reduce visibility to zero, experts say.
An unprecedented early-season heat wave in Japan has placed a significant strain on residents and the power grid alike over the past week. AccuWeather meteorologists say relief is on the way, but not before the region endures several more days of scorching conditions. From June 23 to June 28, 263 record high temperatures were shattered across the country, including more than half a dozen all-time record highs. On Tuesday, June 28, the cities of Toyota, Katsunuma and Tajimi all set new high marks
Unrelenting temperatures break records for June as officials warn of a looming power shortage.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
One structure sustained minor damage.
FOX 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku shows some areas of interest in the Gulf of Mexico and out in the Atlantic Ocean toward the equator. None pose a threat to Florida at this time, but there are signs that the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season is heating up, heading into July.
- Green Bay Press-Gazette
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 8 p.m. for Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto, Oneida, Portage, Shawano, Vilas, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood counties.
After driving into the sinkhole, the woman was rescued by neighbors. She's going to be OK. The westbound lanes of Missouri Avenue will be closed until at least June 28, Phoenix Police said.
Heat waves, like those repeatedly hitting Italy with peaks of 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), can significantly reduce the yield of surviving rice.
- LA Times
Downtown L.A. reached a high of 86 degrees, Burbank hit 100, and Palmdale and Lancaster both reached 104. In Paso Robles, the temperature soared to 109.
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.
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.
- Bradenton Herald
Here’s how much rain fell in Bradenton on Sunday, weather officials say.
AAA predicts more than 42 million Americans — including about 2.3 million Floridians — will travel 50 miles or more during the upcoming holiday.