A random storm or two can't be ruled out into early night. Temperatures rise close to 90 tomorrow as air quality worsens.
At a Glance
Reports of damaging winds from the violent, fast-moving storms have surged since the devastating 2012 Mid-Atlantic event.
The last time Japan recorded consistently high temperatures in June was in 1875.
A second tropical rainstorm could bring localized flooding to southeast Texas this weekend
Shower and storm chances return for the Fourth of July weekend.
This great weather can't last forever during summer. Heat and humidity begin to make a comeback Wednesday.
Temperatures were 15 to 35 degrees above normal over much of Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean and North Africa.
The derecho remains one of the most widespread and ruinous severe thunderstorms in the region.
A second tropical system could materialize in the Gulf and bring heavy rain to Texas toward the end of the week
We should avoid any raindrops until this holiday weekend, when the chance of scattered showers and storms returns.
Humidity wanes through the night. Near 80 with plenty of sun tomorrow.
One could become Bonnie, and another may bring heavy rain to Texas.
These tools are pushing the boundaries of seasonal forecasting, which has traditionally focused on predicting patterns in temperature and rainfall.
Temperatures return to the 90s Friday and Saturday.
A shower or storm remains possible into the evening, but the main rain focus is nearer sunrise and into the midday Monday.
An isolated shower or storm is possible late this afternoon or evening, with a better chance of showers by tomorrow morning.
In a blistering hot June around the Northern Hemisphere, in which records have been set on every contintent, Japan is the latest victim.
This is the kind of weather you think of when you think June. Dry conditions rule until Monday, when a front passes.
Highs are near 90, and those temperatures come along with plentiful sun.
Most major weather models suggest a strengthening storm will move west across the Atlantic.
Thanks to that strong June sun, high temperatures return to low to mid-80s today, then nearer 90 this weekend
A record number of acres have burned this month in Alaska, forcing indigenous people from their homes, compromising air quality and stretching firefighting resources thin.
After a cool and cloudy one today, sunshine returns for Friday. It'll send temperatures into the mid-80s.
Violent thunderstorms rocked Fredericksburg and Warrenton, while a north-south rain train drenched the District.