While the week will start with a high fire danger across the southern High Plains, days of welcome rainfall are on the horizon.
Another tropical disturbance will bring heavy rainfall to areas hardest hit by once-Super Typhoon Haiyan at midweek.
Usagi has strengthened into a super typhoon as it barrels towards Taiwan followed by Southeast China.
Less humid air is following the drenching showers and thunderstorms that are slowly pushing across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.
Tropical Storm Chantal has developed in the Atlantic Ocean, the first tropical storm in the Atlantic Basin for nearly 2.5 weeks.
The heat across the West is so intense that Death Valley will approach the world's hottest temperature record.
Numerous rainfall records were shattered, with flooding being triggered in the process, as Andrea moved up the East Coast on Friday.
Firefighters in Southern California continue to battle the massive Powerhouse Wildfire that more than tripled in size from Saturday night to Sunday.
While the debate as to whether climate change is responsible for the rare May snow across the Plains and Upper Midwest continues, there is no question that the snowstorm is one for the record books.
The year's first 80-degree day is coming to many communities across the South and northward to the Mason-Dixon line by Wednesday.
March 29 marks the anniversary of when a massive ice jam reduced the mighty Niagara Falls to a trickle in 1848, a rare phenomena that lasted for nearly 40 hours
Over 600 damaging wind reports were called into the NOAA over the twelve hour journey of the super storm.
It's official--Anchorage, Alaska, has received more snow this winter season than any other in recorded history.