Our 15th day of 90 degree or higher temperatures may close with a bang. Showers and storms are most numerous this evening, but raindrops could last into Thursday.
On July 23, 2012, the sun unleashed two massive clouds of plasma that barely missed a catastrophic encounter with the Earth's atmosphere.
In a poll, the U.S. came in last in number of people who agree that climate change and other environmental concerns are disasters waiting to happen.
A cold front sliding will likely trigger thunderstorms this evening. The most likely timing for the storms is between 5 and 10 p.m. from west to east.
Weather could have played a role in the crash of a TransAsia passenger jet in Taiwan on Wednesday.
Along the east coast of England in the county of Norfolk, a middle-aged man photographed an arrangement of clouds that took on the appearance of a God-like man.
In the wake of today's surging heat and humidity, storms threaten late today into tomorrow, before a fantastic Friday and mixed outlook for our weekend.
Tuesday was a little muggy, and Wednesday should be moreso. Storms are back in the forecast starting Wednesday, as well.
The summer has averaged somewhat warmer and somewhat wetter than average but we've avoided heat extremes.
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