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NBC-2.com We will find ourselves in a rather typical summertime pattern for the new work week. Temperatures will be hot Monday, yet seasonal for early July. Highs rather consistently are expected between 92 and 93 degrees. With sea breeze
ET Toronto is under a special weather statement on Sunday evening, along with much of southwestern Ontario. Environment Canada is advising that "strong thunderstorms" that are over Michigan late Sunday are headed east, likely moving across Lake Huron
Expect the dewpoints to climb after midnight with a warm low near 70. We welcome back the heat and humidity to begin your work week...This will be the warmest, most uncomfortable day of the week. The high will be 94, but with the humidity it will
We're expecting another round of scattered strong thunderstorms this afternoon...The strongest storms will contain dangerous lightning and very heavy rain...Our active weather pattern continues into the upcoming workweek.
We're expecting another round of scattered storms farther inland later this afternoon. The strongest storms will contain heavy rain and dangerous lightning.
Most people associate the Independence Day holiday with sunshine and fireworks, but a small storm cell that blew into the valley unloaded some rain over Henderson...As of Friday afternoon, the storm cell in the southeast was the only one to pop up in
It'll be warm over the holiday weekend inland with high 90s perhaps topping 100, upper 70s and low 80s in coastal valleys. Beaches will be cooler in the 60s warming a bit late in the weekend and early next week...Some high clouds from former tropical
According to Twitter feeds, there was a 65 degree drop in temperature in Broomfield; the National Weather Service added that thunder and hail storms, producing ½ to 1-inch hailstones were possible in the southwest part of town. Shortly after 2 p.m.
A flash flood warning is in effect for much of the west side until 6:30 PM, and up to 5" of rain could fall.
The threat of rain and thunder hasn't dampened the spirits of thousands of revelers streaming onto the Esplanade for a Fourth of July celebration bumped up a day as a result of Tropical Storm Arthur's approach. The big last-minute changeup worked to