It's a drought-denter, not a drought-buster. But at least it's a start.
With the warmest September on record, the Earth could be headed for its second-warmest year.
The vigorous storm is likely to set low pressure records as it unleashes gusts to 60 mph and more than three inches of rain in spots.
According to court records, the child had liquid in his abdomen, a knot on the right side of his forehead, a lump on the left side of his head and swelling under his right eye after the assault.
This evening is pleasant and rain tries to hold off through the morning commute.
The system may develop over the southern gulf, then spread rain to the Gulf Coast this weekend and eventually farther north.
Around an inch of rain may fall.
Wind gusts over 50 mph and rainfall topping two inches are likely from fast-moving storm Wednesday night.
Another excellent day although slightly cooler than Monday with clouds arriving tonight ahead of showers tomorrow.
Comfortable conditions as a few clouds arrive.
After widespread 40s tonight, Tuesday's high temperatures may be slightly lower than we got today.
Damaging winds are likely from fast-moving storm Wednesday night.
Typhoon Hagibis produced a record deluge that caused deadly flooding in highly populated areas of Japan.
A soaking is possible or just a few showers.
Moisture from a Pacific system may reach west Texas, while a second system could enhance rain along the Gulf Coast late this week.
The warm sunny afternoons and cool, crisp nights to start off this week are hard to beat.
Skies are clear and temperatures are comfortable. A jacket for the late innings might be a good idea.
Lots of sunshine and warmth await on Monday.
Magnificent fall color was seen in September after an abnormally hot and dry summer.
Old Town Alexandria, Annapolis, and Baltimore all saw flooding Saturday, and more is possible Sunday.
Nature teases us today with some flirtatious showers that continue to play hard-to-get. But we do finally have a shot at some significant rain by Wednesday.