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Britain enjoys the hottest day of 2013 as temperatures hit 33C – but 50mm of rain is expected to fall in as little as three hours on Tuesday.
Divers have found the bodies of two girls who went missing after they were thought to have been 'tombstoning' in a fast-flowing river, following hours of searches.
Thunder and lightning has brought an abrupt end to the three-week heatwave, causing rail chaos for commuters and flash flooding.
Britain’s run of hot, dry weather has ended with a bang as the country was hit by thunderstorms and faces “unsettled” conditions for the next month, the Met Office has said.
Cool winds and big waves will make a rare July appearance from Chicago to Northwest Indiana
Hail, high winds and an isolated tornado are possible from the Plains to the Ohio Valley on Tuesday.
Slow moving downpours and thunderstorms slammed Lebanon, Pa., late Monday afternoon.
Temperatures are projected to soar to around 37-38°C (100°F) on Wednesday and possibly again on Thursday.
While the recent heat wave did not set many record high temperatures, records have fallen based on the duration of heat.
As the Duchess of Cambridge prepares to give birth at St. Mary's Hospital in London, we have to ask: is it possible a change in barometric pressure has helped to induce her labor?
A break from the high humidity with cooler conditions is on the way from the Ohio Valley to the mid-Atlantic starting at midweek.
A storm will move closer to the Great Lakes on Monday, bringing a chance for damaging winds, hail and even isolated tornadoes.
On Monday morning, Beijing time, the USGS measured a 5.9 magnitude earthquake.
After dealing with intense heat last week, an unusually cool Sunday night is shaping up for northern New England and the St. Lawrence Valley.
Snow will fall in South America into Monday, and the snow in Australia continues also.
Flash flooding quickly ensued in and around Phoenix, Ariz., on Sunday as drenching thunderstorms raced through.
The return of more frequent showers and thunderstorms to the mid-Atlantic and Northeast will keep the intense heat at bay, but could lead to localized flash flooding.
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