The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says Earl had top sustained winds Wednesday of 75 mph. It was moving west at 14 mph toward Belize.
Active children and adults, the elderly, and people with heart or lung disease should limit or avoid prolonged outdoor exertion while an Air Quality Action Day for Ozone is in effect.
Currently the closest sirens are just over 2 miles away, but these sirens can only be heard up to 3/4 of a mile away.
Potentially dangerous heat and humidity in Indiana’s forecast this weekend; the Indiana State Department of Health has a few reminders.
With temperatures set to rise this weekend, the city will open cooling centers to give the public opportunities to cool off.
The National Weather Service says the high pressure system, sometimes called a “heat dome,” will push conditions to their hottest point this summer.
Indiana Michigan Power has some reminders on ways to avoid a shock when your next utility bill arrives.
Arizona’s traditional monsoon season runs from mid-June to the end of September and is characterized by thunderstorms that stir up dust storms or rain.
Snow starts accumulating overnight.
Authorities say at least two people have died in flooding caused by powerful storms that damaged homes, washed out roads and stranded motorists in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Sirens blared in Litchfield, Minnesota Monday evening as a tornado passed through the area. It was one of at least four to hit central Minnesota according to the National Weather Service.
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More than 20 counties were under a flash flood watch Monday in the state where floodwaters have killed at least 25 people in the past week.
The streaking blaze that burned at least 80 homes and other buildings northeast of Bakersfield around Lake Isabella came just as many others across western states were calming.
At least two fatalities related to the flooding were reported after storms rolled into West Virginia early Thursday and continued throughout the day leaving thousands without power and several roads impassable.
Several counties in northeast Indiana have reported storm damage and power outages, but it appears most of the damage is in Huntington and Wells counties.
Both of Chicago’s airports canceled flights Wednesday afternoon as powerful storms were anticipated to hit parts of the Midwest.