Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
- 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.
- The Des Moines Register
Weather officials confirmed a derecho struck Iowa Tuesday, following on the heels of August 2020 and December 2021 storms
- Associated Press
Evacuation orders were expanded Tuesday for remote California communities near a wildfire that may have been sparked by fireworks or a barbecue on the Fourth of July in a mountainous region that's a top tourism destination. The Electra Fire in Sierra Nevada Gold Country broke out Monday afternoon and tripled in size to about 6.1 square miles (15.8 square kilometers). “The rate of spread isn’t what it was like yesterday, but it is still spreading,” said Amador County Sheriff Gary Redman.
Millions are battling flooding and overflowing sewers as monsoon rains lash India's financial capital.
- Argus Leader
Peak winds so far were measured at 96 mph in Huron, and 99 mph near Howard, the NWS stated.
On July 5, a late-afternoon rain storm caused flash flooding of roads near Nageezi, New Mexico.
Bonnie is now a major hurricane. The Atlantic has several tropical waves but nothing is expected to become a tropical cyclones for now.
- LA Times
The fire in Northern California's Amador and Calaveras counties grew slightly on Wednesday as firefighters were able to increase containment to 40%, Cal Fire says. It's one of the largest fires this season.
As millions of residents found themselves in the path of severe storms Tuesday, one state in particular received a colorful concoction in the skies as rain and hail fell. Storms passed through South Dakota during the Tuesday afternoon hours, leaving behind considerable rainfall, hail and wind reports. The most unique portion of the severe weather came in its particular hue, eschewing the typical gloomy grey skies for a green shade more in common with night vision goggles than daytime thunderstor
- Lexington Herald-Leader
More than a third of Kentucky is experiencing conditions of moderate drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Is it time to worry?
- Miami Herald
Summer storms are coming back.
- The Stockton Record
Firefighters are battling a fresh wildfire that broke out Monday at a recreation area in Amador County packed with Fourth of July revelers.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Thus far, the 2022 hurricane season has been all shorties, all the time — 3 for 3, counting the short, happy life of Tropical Storm Alex in early June.
- The Tennessean
An excessive heat warning is in place through Friday for much of Middle Tennessee, with heat index values from 110-115 degrees expected, the NWS said.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The tornado touched down after 3 p.m. on Wednesday, damaging at least one building.
- The Weather Network
Another day with a strong thunderstorm threat across the Prairies Wednesday after numerous tornado watches and warnings were issued Tuesday night. Stay alert!
- The Coloradoan
Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms have produced 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain across the warning area and flooding is occurring or is imminent.
Roads have been cut, houses are under water and thousands have been left without power.
- NBC News
More than 60 million people are at risk for severe storms Tuesday across a 1,800-mile stretch from central Montana to the mid-Atlantic.
If anyone knows about the term "paradise lost," it's the residents of one California town who witnessed the destructive impacts wildfires can inflict on their lives. Paradise, California, was almost wiped off the map nearly four years ago when the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state's history roared into town. The Camp Fire in November 2018 ravaged Paradise, which lies 170 miles northeast of San Fransisco and 90 miles north of Sacramento, destroying 18,000-plus homes, businesses