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NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins said experts are aware of the tropical wave and weather computer forecasts are already "all over the place."
In flooded neighborhoods across Louisiana, the water levels are beginning to go down, but the losses are piling up for residents who are returning to devastated homes.
Each summer, scientists gathering climate data board a helicopter for rarely-seen remote locations in Alaska's northern national parks.
A complex of storms brought record-breaking rainfall and flash flooding to South Texas.
The town of Mulvane, Kan. sees flooded streets after heavy rainfall.
The Red Cross has stated that the flooding in Louisiana is the worst natural to hit the United States since Hurricane Sandy made landfall four years ago.
The level of destruction from California wildfires is so bad that officials don't yet have a total count of destroyed homes.
In the small community of Colyell in Livingston Parish, one large family is recovering from a staggering loss.
More than 86,000 people have registered with FEMA for assistance and more than 30,000 people have been rescued during the floods, authorities said.
President Barack Obama is facing harsh backlash for continuing his vacation in Martha's Vineyard while Louisiana is reeling from a major flood.
Heavy downpours, lightning and strong winds caused power outages and damage to homes and buildings throughout the D.C. area Wednesday night.
The fire is being driven by winds and dry conditions, and more than 34,000 homes and 82,000 people are affected by evacuation orders.
'It's going to take one to three weeks to get all this water out into the Gulf of Mexico.'
Katelyn Hansen says it looked like she was driving into the ocean as flood waters quickly overtook her car. She and her boyfriend were trying to drive back home to Michigan on the same day severe flooding hit Louisiana. NBC affiliate WOOD reports.
Four trillion gallons of rain fell on southern Louisiana over three days — contributing to the nation's worst natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy.
The American Red Cross has called the flooding in Louisiana the worst natural disaster in the nation's history since Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
A fast-growing, uncontained 18,000-acre wildfire burned in California overnight, triggering a state of emergency and the evacuation of 82,000 people.
The confirmed death toll rose to 11, a levee was overtopped in one parish, and more than three-quarters of the homes were lost in another parish.
'Treme' actor Wendell Pierce's home was destroyed by flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11 years after his home was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Floodwater has submerged parts of Baton Rouge, La. in what's the nation's worst flooding crisis since Hurricane Sandy in 2012.