Torrential rains sweeping through the Phoenix area, especially on its north side, have caused extensive flooding in the region and required numerous swift water rescues.
The extreme rain that inundated northern Anne Arundel County was truly exceptional; a rare event that comes around every so many hundred years.
A well-organized storm swept through Nebraska on Friday night, dropping over three inches of rain in just a few hours.
Islip logged 13.26 inches of rain from the event, the greatest amount of rain to fall within 24 hours in a single storm in New York weather records.
Heavy rain is dousing the D.C. region, and a flash flood watch has been issued. Later this evening, there is a slight risk of severe storms.
Widespread flooding shut down much of the Detroit metro freeway system on Monday, after over four inches of rain fell. Monday was the second wettest day in Detroit history.
After a man tries to cross a flooded roadway in West Pueblo over the weekend, and good samaritans come to his rescue when his car is lifted away.
Long-lasting downpours caused flash flooding in Northern Colorado on Tuesday, as a surge of monsoonal moisture is feeding thunderstorms.
Annapolis, Md. and Baltimore, Md. top the list of rising waters, according to a report by NOAA. Washington D.C. and Norfolk, Va. make the top ten, as well.
A cold front and some moisture from tropical storm Arthur produced damaging storms in the D.C. metro area. The worst is over and July 4 weather looks terrific.