A torrential downpour inundated Istanbul, Turkey, and other northwestern cities of the country on Saturday, resulting in the death of at least one person.
Without much of a change in the pattern, thunderstorms will be around in Pennsylvania for the next several days.
"We know we were way too close, and that we are lucky we didn't get hurt," one of the kayakers said afterward. But they did catch a must-see moment on camera.
Spotty thunderstorms will continue to erupt and unload torrential rain on parts of the northeastern United States as heat and humidity build in the coming days.
While tropical storm formation is not anticipated right away, one area may become a breeding ground for tropical activity sometime next week.
Records are falling -- not the good ones -- and the Corn Belt is facing an unsettling new normal in 2019.
From a dazzling meteor shower to record hail, the skies had it this week. And on the other side of the world, a rare snowfall led to a video that's "not something you see every day in Australia."
After record-breaking hailstones fell from the Colorado sky earlier this week, "a snowstorm of ice" left staggering amounts of hail accumulations and damage to some crops.
Two significant weather drivers will continue to play key roles in fueling record-challenging temperatures in the southwestern United States next week.
Thunderstorms will pack a punch at the local level over the eastern Great Lakes, central Appalachians, upper Ohio Valley and the southeastern United States coast into Thursday night.