AccuWeather forecasters say temperatures will trend upwards throughout the week across the #Northeast . By Friday, many locations are forecast to reach the mid-80s:
Chicagoans can expect to see sunny — or at least mostly sunny — skies for much of the rest of the week, along with warmer temperatures, according to the National Weather Service Chicago.
Michigan temperatures could reach 80 degrees in rare April forecast — but it won't last
RT @NWSVegas : Today is the Hottest Day of the Year! ☀️🥵🌡️ Breezy southwest winds will help keep temperatures elevated today to well-above a…
RT @ChuckBell4 : Our burst of June-like temperatures last week is about to come back. 86° on Thursday would be within 1° of tying the record…
RT @NY1weather : We're off to a sunny start in #NYC . ☀️ @johndavittontv says to look for temperatures to reach the mid-70s today. Also, we’…
Since temperatures have settled into a mild stretch in central Indiana, overnight low temperatures look to stay above the risk of frost or a freeze in the next seven days.
No hotter, sweeter, or cooler way to celebrate Jimin’s birthday than welcoming #BTS 's #Butter into the #BillionsClub 🧈
Experts claim it could cost $50 TRILLION to make the U.S. carbon neutral by 2050. Q: “How much will that lower global temperatures?” A: “No one can know for sure” & “I don’t know”
Marvel doesn't need to sweat making Blade more kid friendly because 7-year-old me had literally never seen a cooler character intro than this:
In summer 2022, heatwaves around the world felled records and fueled wildfires as temperatures climbed above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
BEAT THE HEAT: The record-breaking weekend temperatures in the West drove this bear family to seek relief in the cool waters of Lake Tahoe.
The situation is dire in Austin. We’re without power and heat with no end in sight amidst frigid temperatures. My wife and I still have running water. Others have had pipes break. There needs to be accountability for what happened. Right now the priority is to keep people safe.
Five years ago today, the sports world lost the legend who was cooler than the other side of the pillow. R.I.P., Stuart Scott ?
Weather looking good, clearing rapidly and temperatures going down fast. See you in 45 minutes, 6:30 to 7:00 P.M. at Lincoln Memorial!