Hot and Stormy
- Naples Daily News
No new tropical cyclones are expected over the next five days but as Tropical Storm Colin reminded us, conditions can change rapidly.
- Redding Record Searchlight
And if Mother Nature again smiles favorably upon us, it will happen again Monday.
Dramatic footage from Helena, Montana, showed roaring floodwaters overwhelming streets in the city on July 3. A storm began to sweep through Helena on Sunday evening, bringing fierce wind gusts and significant flooding with it. Video acquired by Storyful and shot by passerby Andy Shirtliff showed water up to the wheel well of vehicles as they drove through downtown Helena. The water made its way into some buildings downtown, including The Lewis and Clark Library. Maintenance teams worked quickly
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Severe storms expected in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin, including hail and wind up to 60 mph
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for southeastern Wisconsin until 3 a.m.
- KOAT - Albuquerque Videos
Residents in northern New Mexico prepared for another day of flash flooding. On Saturday, those in Pendaries were seen placing sandbags and building trenches along roads. The area is located near burn scars from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire. "We can have some flooding, but not like this. Not running down roads that we've never seen it run down before, moving buildings and cars," Aaron Atencio, manager at Pendaries RV Park, said.
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- Raleigh News and Observer
He was taken to a hospital, officials said.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Three moose visited Eaglewood Golf Course in Utah a couple of times recently.
- CBS News
Addison Bethea was scalloping along the gulf coast with her older brother, a firefighter, when a 9-foot-long shark latched onto her thigh.
A line of storms is expected to sweep through Minnesota early Monday morning.
A storage device made from sand may overcome the biggest issue in the transition to renewable energy.
- The Stockton Record
Electra Fire: Wildfire in Amador County strands Fourth of July revelers: ‘The whole place is on fire’
Firefighters are battling a fresh wildfire that broke out Monday at a recreation area in Amador County packed with Fourth of July revelers.
- Detroit Free Press
In the Keweenaw Peninsula, the stars shine brightly over a lodge that's mastered ways to dim its light
- Fresno Bee
Firefighters were working late to finish containment.
- Associated Press
From the snowcapped peaks of Tibet to the tropical island of Hainan, China is sweltering under the worst heatwave in decades while rainfall hit records in June. Extreme heat is also battering Japan, and volatile weather is causing trouble for other parts of the world in what scientists say has all the hallmarks of climate change, with even more warming expected this century. The northeastern provinces of Shandong, Jilin and Liaoning saw precipitation rise to the highest levels ever recorded in June, while the national average of 112.1 millimeters (4.4 inches) was 9.1 % higher than the same month last year, the China Meteorological Administration said in a report Tuesday.
- Associated Press
More than 30,000 residents of Sydney and its surrounds were told to evacuate or prepare to abandon their homes Monday as Australia’s largest city faces its fourth, and possibly worst, round of flooding in less than a year and a half. Days of torrential rain caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks, bringing a new flood emergency to parts of the city of 5 million people. “The latest information we have is that there’s a very good chance that the flooding will be worse than any of the other three floods that those areas had in the last 18 months,” Emergency Management Minister Murray Watt said.
- Tacoma News Tribune
These Washington snakes can be deadly. Here’s how to identify a snake on your next hike.
- Charlotte Observer
“It’s gross & scummy, but doesn’t appear to be a threat to water quality.”
- Asheville Citizen-Times
A bear hunter at the center of the Montreat hunting dog debate speaks out on his own experience with the incident in question.
- The Conversation
Fast-moving floodwater obliterated sections of major roads through Yellowstone National Park in 2022. Jacob W. Frank/National Park ServiceHeavy rain combined with melting snow can be a destructive combination. In mid-June 2022, storms dumped up to 5 inches of rain over three days in the mountains in and around Yellowstone National Park, rapidly melting snowpack. As the rain and meltwater poured into creeks and then rivers, it became a flood that damaged roads, cabins and utilities and forced mor