Nice weather ahead
- Miami Herald
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center have lowered the development chances on the disturbance they have been monitoring the last few days in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic.
Drying out over night with temperatures will be cooling off to the upper 60s overnight.
- The Guardian
Hundreds were marooned in the downpour as the climate crisis increases the likelihood of extreme weather
- Victorville Daily Press
Monsoon is a season when summer rain is more prevalent, usually from mid-June to September. Here's what causes the drenching storms.
- LA Times
The tramway, which ferries passengers from the floor of the Coachella Valley to near the top of San Jacinto Peak, will be closed for extended cleanup.
- The State
More than 60 earthquakes have hit the Midlands in 2022.
- The Guardian
As temperatures soar at triple digits, heat-related 911 calls have increased 34% since 2020, with first responders facing the brunt
- The Hill
Story at a glance AccuWeather meteorologists are predicting a warm fall this year. Many parts of the country will not get cooler temperatures until well into September. The prolonged warm weather also raises the risk of extreme weather events into the fall. As the season’s turn approaches next month, many Americans may not feel much…
This image was taken on Wednesday morning, Aug. 10, 2022, and shows tropical waves (dashed lines). A robust tropical wave was located over the middle of the Atlantic (right of center). After spawning three early season storms, the Atlantic hurricane season screeched to a halt six weeks ago, but AccuWeather forecasters say there are signs of life as they monitor a couple of areas in the basin for potential tropical development. A batch of thunderstorms moving westward over the tropical Atlantic w
- LA Times
Los Angeles County weather sees triple-digit heat and increased humidity in some areas this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Videos show severity of historic rainfall in Seoul that flooded the city, leaving 8 dead and 7 missing
Videos online show vehicles submerged and people wading through thigh-high waters in Seoul as South Korea was hit by a historic rainfall that reportedly left eight dead and seven others missing. The rain began Monday morning and intensified through the evening. A majority of Seoul’s subway services have returned to normal operations; however, several roads remain closed due to safety concerns.
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- The Providence Journal
The heat wave should finally break after one more day of "oppressive heat and humidity" today, according to forecasters.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The wind event may be what residents of Prosper, Texas, saw during the thunderstorm Tuesday. So, exactly what is it?
Wednesday morning’s rain showers and thunderstorms veered closer to coastal areas and coastal waters and brought multiple power outages to areas around the Puget Sound.
- Idaho Statesman
Around 50 to 75 meteors will be in the night sky during the Perseid meteor shower’s peak on Thursday night into early Friday morning.
- Palm Beach Daily News
A dominant high pressure system, wind shear and Saharan dust has kept the wet weather away in Palm Beach County.
- The State
For all the interested stargazers out there, a cosmic show over South Carolina skies is around the corner.
- Associated Press
Some of the heaviest rain in decades swamped South Korea’s capital region, turning Seoul’s streets into car-clogged rivers and sending floods cascading into subway stations. At least nine people were killed — some drowning in their homes — and six others were missing, with more rain forecast, officials said Tuesday. More than 45 centimeters (18 inches) of rain was measured in Seoul’s hardest-hit Dongjak district from Monday to Tuesday evening.
- The Des Moines Register
Though much of critically dry northwest Iowa got rain, it's not enough to stave off potential crop losses, agriculture experts say