Early morning storms in western Minnesota fizzle in strength as they cross the state, but introduce higher humidity levels for Sunday afternoon. A second round of scattered strong to severe storms are possible in the evening.
- The State
More than 60 earthquakes have hit the Midlands in 2022.
Drying out over night with temperatures will be cooling off to the upper 60s overnight.
- 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.
- Palm Beach Daily News
A tropical wave over the eastern Atlantic ocean has weakened, the NHC said, but there's still a chance a tropical depression could form.
- Idaho Statesman
Monsoons in North America typically occur once a year in the southwest U.S. Storms will push north, bringing the chance of thunderstorms to Boise.
- 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.
Several wildfires continue to burn across eastern Washington.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Are you ready for winter?
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.
- Palm Beach Daily News
An area of disturbed weather over the far eastern Atlantic ocean could become a tropical depression as it moves westward this week, forecasters say.
VILLERS-LE-LAC, France (Reuters) - Business for Francoise Droz-Bartholet has reduced to a trickle, just like stretches of the Doubs River straddling the French-Swiss border that her cruise boats usually ply. Water levels in rivers, lakes and reservoirs across western Europe are running low, or even dry, amid the severest drought in decades which is putting stress on drinking water supplies, hampering river freight and tourism and threatening crop yields. She now has to bus clients along the gorge to a starting point further upstream to a point in the river where there is enough water for her cruise boats to navigate.
FOX 13’s meteorologist Dave Osterberg says there is a tropical wave coming off the coast of Africa. It has the potential to develop. Even if it does become a named storm, it has to fight the Saharan dust layer. Otherwise, it is quiet in the tropics.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The chances of thunderstorms through Friday are 30% to 40%, according to Isaac Smith, a meteorologist with the weather service in Phoenix.
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- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The rain is expected to give a temporary relief from the 100 degree days with temperatures in the mid-90s.
- The Fayetteville Observer
Wednesday looks like the hottest day of the week in Fayetteville, say 97 degrees or so.
- 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.
- Business Insider
Europe's energy crisis has gotten so bad that French power stations are being allowed to break environmental rules as a fresh heatwave looks set to cause more chaos
French power stations are reportedly being allowed to break environmental rules to stay open as the country struggles with a national energy crisis.
- Wichita Eagle
Are you yet to enjoy the perfect BLT this year due to the challenging tomato crops around Wichita? There’s hope yet this year, experts say.
France is one of the European countries fresh off a brutal heat wave that left hundreds dead across the continent in July. However, people weren't the only ones to suffer, as crucial waterways have dried up rapidly this summer. The Loire River, the longest in France, flows from the southeastern region of the country to about 75 miles south of Paris, then flows west where it eventually empties into the Atlantic Ocean. On Tuesday, news footage showed the water level in the Loire has dropped so low