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AccuWeather 1h
Showers and rounds of heavier downpours will continue to impact areas from the Deep South to parts of the Ohio Valley through midweek:
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AccuWeather 4h
While the weather has largely been sunny, warm and humid across flood-ravaged portions of North and South Carolina, an incoming round of tropical downpours could exacerbate flooding and delay cleanup efforts:
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AccuWeather 5h
Following a brief lull in tropical weather across the Atlantic Basin, several areas of interest developed this past weekend, including the season's newest named storms:
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AccuWeather 6h
A cool start to autumn will give way to increasing warmth and humidity across the Northeast in the coming days:
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Jonathan Petramala 7h
Historic flooding in I am live from one of the hardest hit neighborhoods on
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AccuWeather 8h
'There is still more of hurricane season to go': AccuWeather Experts warn that another tropical system may make landfall in the US:
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AccuWeather 9h
The latest tropical cyclone in the West Pacific rapidly strengthened over the weekend and became Super Typhoon Trami on Monday. Trami is currently equal to a Category 4 major hurricane in the Atlantic or East Pacific oceans:
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AccuWeather 10h
The same storm system that produced deadly flooding in Texas late last week will channel rounds of heavy downpours into the lower Mississippi Valley during much of this week:
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AccuWeather 11h
Subtropical Storm Leslie formed on Sunday morning between Bermuda and the Azores. No impacts to land are expected during this time, and Leslie will likely dissipate over the open waters of the Atlantic by midweek:
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AccuWeather 12h
Parts of northeast India endured heavy rainfall as former Cyclone Daye tracked across the region from Sunday into Monday. Big changes are likely for northern and western India this week as the moisture from Daye departs and dry air builds:
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AccuWeather 13h
While the weather has largely been sunny, warm and humid across flood-ravaged portions of the Carolinas, an incoming round of tropical downpours could exacerbate flooding and delay cleanup efforts:
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AccuWeather 14h
A cool start to autumn will give way to increasing warmth and humidity across the Northeast in the coming days. The recent arrival of chilly air will last into Monday. However, changes are on the way as rain and higher humidity returns:
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Jonathan Petramala 16h
A look from above of Trinity United Methodist Church in where toured last week. He would need a boat today with the river still rising. (📽️)
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AccuWeather 18h
Parts of Taiwan and Japan are on alert as Super Typhoon churns through the open waters of the West Pacific:
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AccuWeather 19h
Kirk will continue to track westward across the Atlantic this week, eventually bringing strong, gusty winds and heavy downpours to the Windward Islands by Thursday and Friday:
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AccuWeather 21h
Rounds of showers and locally heavy, drenching thunderstorms will continue to target areas from the Lower Mississippi Valley to parts of the Ohio Valley into the middle of the week:
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AccuWeather 23h
An area of moisture will likely loop westward and approach the Carolina coastline early this week, bringing the first bout of showers and thunderstorms to the region since Florence:
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AccuWeather Sep 23
While it will gradually turn warmer in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast by midweek, the weather will also turn stormier at the same time:
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AccuWeather Sep 23
The start of Oktoberfest 2018 is upon us, and big changes in the weather are expected for the opening days of festivities:
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AccuWeather Sep 23
Hundreds of dead fish were discovered on Interstate 40 near Wallace, NC when floodwaters receded following Hurricane Florence. (Image via Penderlea Fire Department):
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