A much cloudier, cooler day today. There is a chance of showers and storms later tonight, along with gusty winds that'll hang around through tomorrow. FOX 5 NY's Audrey Puente has your weather forecast.
- Travel Noire
People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
A disturbance in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico has a 40% chance of becoming a tropical storm and bringing heavy rain to Texas. Here's what to know.
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.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The Camino Fire is now about 30% contained, Cal Fire said.
Meteorologists are monitoring three tropical disturbances in the Atlantic basin.
A tropical rainstorm tracking across the southern Caribbean Sea is on the cusp of becoming a named tropical storm, but AccuWeather meteorologists are also monitoring another tropical rainstorm in the northern Gulf of Mexico that could strengthen. While organization and development into a tropical depression or named storm is a possibility at any time through Thursday, downpours are expected to overspread much of the western and central Gulf Coast. This rain can cause localized flash flooding but
- 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.
- The Daily Advertiser
Even if a tropical system does not form, tropical downpours are likely across the Gulf Coast states this week.
Unrelenting temperatures break records for June as officials warn of a looming power shortage.
Heat waves, like those repeatedly hitting Italy with peaks of 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), can significantly reduce the yield of surviving rice.
- Miami Herald
The Atlantic basin could see its first hurricane of the season later this week if a system near Venezuela keeps strengthening.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Traps are currently being deployed in areas of infestation, marked by a bright orange buoy.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The tallest mass timber building in the world is opening in downtown Milwaukee. It's healthier for the planet. And you.
Mass timber buildings actively remove carbon from the atmosphere, locking it inside the structure for as long as the building stands.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change found that the number of tropical cyclones has gone down over the past century everywhere except the North Atlantic. Tropical cyclones like hurricanes and typhoons have actually increased in the North Atlantic since the 1960s. While the frequency of tropical cyclones…
- The Weather Network
Oneka Technologies says its desalination systems can be powered solely by ocean waves and can deliver thousands of litres of clean drinking water.
- Green Bay Press-Gazette
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 8 p.m. for Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto, Oneida, Portage, Shawano, Vilas, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood counties.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Two has formed in the Atlantic and there is still plenty of reason to keep monitoring the northern Gulf of Mexico.
- 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.
An unprecedented early-season heat wave in Japan has placed a significant strain on residents and the power grid alike over the past week. AccuWeather meteorologists say relief is on the way, but not before the region endures several more days of scorching conditions. From June 23 to June 28, 263 record high temperatures were shattered across the country, including more than half a dozen all-time record highs. On Tuesday, June 28, the cities of Toyota, Katsunuma and Tajimi all set new high marks
U.S. power companies are facing supply crunches that may hamper their ability to keep the lights on as the nation heads into the heat of summer and the peak hurricane season. Extreme weather events such as storms, wildfires and drought are becoming more common in the United States. Consumer power use is expected to hit all-time highs this summer, which could strain electric grids at a time when federal agencies are warning the weather could pose reliability issues.