High winds tossed airplanes like toys at the Henry County Airport in Georgia on Sunday night as strong thunderstorms likely produced at least one microburst.
It's the wettest day on record in Phoenix Monday, as a surge of tropical moisture from former Hurricane Norbert is fueling incredible rainfall.
Unfortunately for an area that has been stricken with one of the worst droughts in history, these maps are not what the West was looking for.
It's hard to argue that we haven't had it nice this summer, but if this past week's sizzle has you aching for autumn anyways, then you might get your fix late next week.
A strong line of storms is whipping across the Great Lakes on Thursday afternoon, and severe thunderstorm warnings are in effect.
The eastern U.S. has shivered from the polar vortex, and the western U.S. has simmered from the solar vortex.
It's straight to parkas and boots in areas of the western high country and Alaska, coated by snow this week.
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.
Surfers are flocking to the shores in southern California and the Mid-Atlantic as large waves are breaking from hurricanes Marie and Cristobal.
Ten to 15 foot waves are possible along the southern California shoreline from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday.