It may eventually turn less perfect, but probably not until Monday or Tuesday.
Our near-perfect run of weather continues as we close out the workweek.
A meteor shower, Uranus in opposition and early morning planets are all on the sky-watching menu this week.
Climate warming from rising concentrations of carbon dioxide mean that the odds of brutally cold winters are decaying.
Forest fires killed 45 people over the Iberian Peninsula this weekend.
Clouds remain a rarity for the remainder of the week and humidity levels are quite comfortable.
This time of year is known for its amazing conditions. We've got more of that ahead.
Words matter. And if the words imply a message that is not intended, they need to be reevaluated.
The worst of this ridge is five or six days away, but the phrase “record heat” has already been tossed around.
The storm, predicted to become a super typhoon, is likely to threaten Japan by Monday.