Isolated storms are possible Sunday, but higher rain chances are not far in the future.
- 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.
- Raleigh News and Observer
We revisit the topic of baby copperheads and whether or not their bites are more potent than those of an adult snake.
Several wildfires continue to burn across eastern Washington.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The National Weather Service in Phoenix issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Peoria, Surprise and Sun City until 8 p.m. Sunday.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies along with chances for showers and thunderstorms today.
Spotty storms have developed and will be possible around sunset.
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.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
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- Miami Herald
Forecasters are monitoring a disturbance in the Atlantic that now has a slightly higher chance of turning into a depression over the next couple of days.
- Victorville Daily Press
Monsoonal weather should arrive each afternoon and early evening this week, with mountain areas having the highest chance of heavy rainfall.
- Statesman Journal
Multiple wildfires are burning around Oregon that have brought recreation closures to popular areas including Diamond Peak and Waldo Lake.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Forecasters say the calm start to the tropical weather season might not stick around for long.
- 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 State
More than 60 earthquakes have hit the Midlands in 2022.
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- 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 State
The invasive Asian longhorned beetle has plagued South Carolina trees in recent years, but residents can help eradicate it.
- Idaho Statesman
Cyanobacterial algal blooms may have a foul order and look like mats, foam, spilled paint or surface scum.
- NBC News
Firefighters rescued at least 19 people in Denver, Colorado, after flash floods turned roadways into rivers Sunday night as Kentucky faced possible further storms.
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