Tropical Storm Malou will target Japan with heavy rain and strong winds this week.
New York Fashion Week 2016 will kick off on Wednesday, Sept. 7, with a looming heat wave as thousands descend upon the Big Apple.
Rounds of thunderstorms will bring damaging wind, hail and flash flooding to the Plains and Midwest through the middle of this week.
Tropical Storm Newton will bring dangerous flooding and mudslides to parts of northern Mexico, including in popular tourist locations in Baja California, through the middle of the week.
July-like heat will make a comeback over the Northeast this week as temperatures hit 10-15 degrees above average.
A surge of warmth will build across much of England during the middle of the week while a storm system unleashes showers and gusty winds from Wales to Northern Ireland and Scotland.
As Hermine spins closer to land, beach erosion, coastal flooding and rough seas will continue from the mid-Atlantic to southern New England into the middle of the week.
Following wet and cooler weather to start the week, dry and increasingly hot conditions are expected into late this week.
Rounds of severe thunderstorms will target the northern Plains through the balance of the extended holiday weekend, reaching South Dakota to the western shores of the Great Lakes.
Hermine is leaving a trail of damage in its wake. It will crawl along the mid-Atlantic coast into and beyond Labor Day, threatening severe coastal flooding.
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake rattled the central U.S., on Saturday morning, striking northwestern Oklahoma.
Mild air will surge into the United Kingdom next week, making conditions feel much warmer than a typical start to the month.
While new tropical development in the wake of Hermine is unlikely during the next several days, additional pulses of tropical activity are in store during September and October.
One of the most intense and destructive storms in North Carolina's history made landfall on Sept. 5, 1996, when Hurricane Fran left a significant swath of damage across the state.
Potent tropical systems kept Hawaii and parts of the Gulf Coast and eastern United States on high alert this week.
Rain will alleviate drought across southern and central Brazil this spring but will largely miss northern parts of the country in the grips of severe drought.
Dry weather will span most of the nation on Labor Day, but plans may be ruined across parts of the mid-Atlantic, Northeast and central U.S.
As Hermine tracks closer to land, millions of Floridians are preparing for severe effects from the first landfalling hurricane to hit Florida in 11 years.
On the heels of Typhoon Lionrock, Japan is facing a new tropical threat as Typhoon Namtheun strengthens and tracks toward Kyushu and the northern Ryukyu Islands.
After slamming Florida into Friday, Hermine will blast coastal areas of the mid-Atlantic with rough surf, heavy rain and gusty winds during Labor Day weekend.