Tonight will be mild and partly cloudy. Thunderstorms will clear out of the plains by 10 pm. Colorado Springs forecast: Low: 56; High: 90; Hot on Friday with S winds at 10 mph gusting to 20 mph. It will be dry with a few clouds. Pueblo forecast: Low: 57; High: 96; Sunny and hot with ESE wind at 10 mph gusting to 20 mph.
- Travel Noire
People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Naples Daily News
In the Gulf of Mexico, Invest 95L is taking aim at Texas but tropical rainfall could extend to several Gulf Coast states.
Stormy weather may put a damper on activities and throw a wrench into travel for the start of the Independence Day weekend in the northeastern United States, but the good news for those hoping to catch a fireworks show on the holiday itself is that the weather will steadily improve for the bulk of the region as the long weekend progresses. Concerns for a cold front dropping in and hitting the brakes over the mid-Atlantic are waning due to the stronger nature of the system. However, that stronger
Meteorologists are still watching three disturbances in the Atlantic basin.
The sea breeze will push over the coast & I-95 midday today, bringing a few storms. Heavy storms will get going this afternoon & evening well inland.
Mike Buresh is tracking some true tropical downpours that we’re accustomed to for this time of the year.
- The Weather Network
On this day in weather history, Guadalajara, Mexico, was hit by a heavy hailstorm.
- LA Times
Crews have made significant progress on the Rices fire but are 'far from being out of the woods,' a Cal Fire official said. Multiple structures are believed to have been destroyed.
- Tallahassee Democrat
In honor of the year’s loudest and fastest three-day weekend ahead, the Tropics are living on the edge, with three disturbances pushing the boundaries of hurricane climatology for late June.
The low in the Gulf is still bringing rain to Texas, but not a tropical cyclone yet. Also not a tropical cyclone, Potential Tropical Cyclone Two is headed for the Pacific!
- The Weather Network
This city just shattered its record for most consecutive days above 25°C, and it’s within striking distance of chopping down another heat record this week.
- The Coloradoan
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office will remain on scene of the fully contained Halligan FIre for now, according to a tweet.
The impact of the North American monsoon has been significant in the Southwest over the past week, and this is expected to continue through the holiday weekend. However, AccuWeather meteorologists say that other areas of the West may also get active weather in the coming days. The number of showers and thunderstorms has decreased a bit in the Southwest compared to earlier in the week, but this respite will be short-lived. "After a bit of a lull in coverage around midweek, rains will increase aga
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Heat waves, like those repeatedly hitting Italy with peaks of 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), can significantly reduce the yield of surviving rice.
- The Weather Network
A round of severe thunderstorms is possible across the southern Prairies on Wednesday. Some storms could produce very large hail and even a conditional tornado threat.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
A tornado touched down at the Treasure Coast International Airport and Business Park, but caused no damage, a weather official said
- Miami Herald
The Atlantic basin is no longer forecast to see its first hurricane of the season this week, but forecasters have upped the chances that a system near Texas might develop into a tropical depression.
High surf is when large waves break on or near the shore, as a result of a storm offshore or persistent winds blowing onshore.
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STORY: As Italy experiences its worst drought in decades, dried out crops aren’t the only threat to farmers.Salt water from the Adriatic Sea is now flowing back into the Po, the country's longest river.The flow of sea water into the Po makes irrigation almost impossible as it risks burning the already parched crops.Giancarlo Mantovani is the director of ‘Reclaiming the Po’, who are fighting to protect the river."If there is no rain in the next 10 or 15 days, the crops that are not yet lost will be gone. At this stage, we are progressively losing the harvest. The longer the situation lasts, the worse the problem gets and the more the sown areas fail to produce.”The Po runs for more than 403 miles across from west to east, across the north of the country, a region which accounts for around a third of the country's agricultural output.The river is suffering the effects of a lack of winter snow compounded by a baking early summer.Large areas of sandbanks lie exposed on stretches of the river as the water levels drop and its flow slows, making it easier for sea water to encroach.These fields in Porto Tolle, near the Po delta, once contained an abundance of soy plants.Now they are dried up and damaged.Federica Vidali works here as an agricultural entrepreneur.She says the lack of rain is starting to concern her."I am trying to be optimistic but at the moment when it doesn't rain and you see the whole year of work lost, you become afraid, you are sad and you try to be positive."As part of efforts for some respite from the crisis, tractors have been set up to pump water from River Po into canals in Isola Pescaroli, a small town in the province of Cremona, which can then water the crops.But in recent weeks the water levels dropped so drastically that the water lifting system was blocked.And it’s not just the Po which is suffering.Italy’s northern lakes are already below, or close to record lows.And the level of natural reservoirs in the center of the country are also plunging.