Refreshing temperatures and comfortable humidity deliver several nice days.
The most intense storms produced very heavy rain, hail, and dangerous lightning.
The pilot described the funnel as "not that threatening."
Once we get past any strong to severe storms tonight, it's looking good for a few days.
Temperatures in some places could flirt with 120 degrees, exacerbating drought concerns and bolstering the odds of a dangerous and deadly fire season.
Tropical Storm Bill could form off the East Coast by Monday night, and a second storm could form in the Gulf by the weekend.
Heating up again by the weekend.
Monday may start out with a few showers but sunshine should quickly take over.
Wild top-to-bottom temperature swings over 50 degrees and scorching sunshine intensify the challenge.
Tomorrow and Tuesday continue warm with a few showers and storms here and there as a series of weak disturbances move thorough.
Areas of patchy fog are likely to develop late tonight.
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There weren’t any twisters rated more than a 2 on the 0-to-5 scale for tornado damage.
80s with moderate humidity is not too bad for summer. Storm chances return as soon as Sunday.
Once the rain ends, we see a good deal of sun in coming days. We need it to dry out.
It's the least amount of water present in the lake since the 1930s.
While more progress can be made, the Weather Service is on the right track in preparing the public for tornadoes.
Central Virginia has been hardest hit, especially around Culpeper.
Showers and storms are common once more. Some could deliver localized flooding.
Flash flood watch through this evening, with warnings in some areas. More rain likely Friday.
Gusts over 70 mph are expected in the Dakotas.
Phoenix, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City face a long duration, punishing heat event.
More showers likely on Friday, as it turns cooler. We dry out and warm back up this evening.
Clouds thwarted many attempts at viewing, but millions still caught the show.
The eclipse may be visible in parts of the Mid-Atlantic, the Midwest and New England. In the D.C. area, prospects are iffy but not impossible.