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Updated: 1 hour 19 min ago
Flash flood warnings were in effect again for parts of Louisiana and southwest Mississippi, with an additional two to five inches of rain possible.
With the Northeast under heat and humidity alerts Friday, the steamy weather is giving the much-maligned pests a reason to spread their wings and fly.
The National Weather Service declared a flash flooding emergency after the state was soaked overnight by up to eight inches of rain.
At least three people died and a thousand were evacuated on the Portuguese island of Madeira when forest fires spread to the regional capital.
Powerful rains gave way to landslides in the eastern states of Puebla and Veracruz.
The system is expected to create inordinately steamy heat indexes predicted to hit 102 to 107 degrees from Pensacola to Jacksonville, Fla.
Nearly two dozen people were killed and dozens more were injured when torrential rains triggered flash floods in the capital of Macedonia.
The Southeast was preparing Sunday for a deluge that could soak parts of the Gulf Coast with up to two feet of rain by week's end.
Fifteen people died in flash floods in and around the Macedonian capital of Skopje during a storm on Saturday evening, police said on Sunday.
The landslides were caused by rainfall from remnants of now-downgraded Tropical Storm Earl, which hit Belize as a hurricane before moving inland.
No major injuries were reported, but a massive cleanup is underway.
Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections issued a statement saying the city won't issue permits for block party dumpster pools.
There were no reports of deaths, but Belize said there was major infrastructure and building damage after what had been a hurricane hit the country.
A brief lightning storm put on a spectacular show after a day of scorching heat.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said heavy rains will be a danger in southern Mexico through Saturday.
Widespread flooding has hit the Phoenix area, as 10 million Americans across the Southwest remain under a flood watch.
The hurricane is expected to bring as much as 16 inches of rain to parts of Belize and Mexico, and authorities were bracing for floods.
Heavy rain and wild winds caused havoc as Typhoon Nida smashed into Guangzhou, China.
Evacuations were ordered for Canyon Creek Resort and Golden Bear Estates near Winters, California, as the wildfire continues to grow.
Its name is Earl, and has grown into a tropical storm that could wallop Mexico and parts of Central America — but not the United States.