Friday should be similar to Thursday, though not as breezy. One more day before the heat and humidity creep in for the holiday weekend.
Lightning strikes unexpectedly as a videographer films a peaceful rainbow scene.
Because so much in the atmosphere can change between the summer and late fall, we don't think issuing winter forecasts in the summer is a good idea.
The Post tells dreadfully sad, but deeply moving stories of how local families have dealt with loss after deadly storms.
Waves continue to crank on both the east and west coasts, as Hurricane Cristobal and now Tropical Storm Marie pump large swells to the shoreline.
Humidity slips lower over the next two days but makes a comeback for an appropriate last summer weekend.
Blue skies of today will give way to blue skies of tomorrow. In between, a cold front passes mostly uneventfully.
Surfers are flocking to the shores in southern California and the Mid-Atlantic as large waves are breaking from hurricanes Marie and Cristobal.
Neptune is having a busy week, with opposition, the silver anniversary of its encounter with Voyager 2, and the fly-by of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.
The aurora dipped as far south as Michigan and Wisconsin on Tuesday night, and intense displays of northern lights were seen at higher latitudes.