The violent windstorm that tipped over a Chinese ferry boat carrying 458 people originated from a towering group of thunderstorms.
Our own Ian Livingston was in great position to catch this storm near Rapid City on Monday night.
We might not hit the 90-degree mark too often, but occasionally high humidity could make it feel more like 90 degrees at times.
Shelfies, anvils and undulatus! These storms had a lot more going for them than just the rain.
Waves of thunderstorms, some severe, swept through the region dropping 1-3 inches of rain in many spots.
The powerful hurricane is not forecast to make landfall, and is followed quickly by Tropical Storm Blanca which formed on Monday morning
Hurricane season begins today, and now is the time to prepare.
The final tallies from the month-long deluge are as extreme as they are improbable.
The bolt surged from the sky just yards from a police car with a dashcam.
May was a muggy monster around the D.C. area - warm enough to be crowned the warmest May ever recorded in Washington, D.C.