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DETROIT – Welcome to Sunday, Motown. The day starts with a region of instability remaining over Detroit and Southeast Michigan. It becomes calmer and brighter before the day ends, but better late than never. It remains warm today and all week. Sunnier days prevail the entire work week. Sunday morning will be mild with scattered …

CHICAGO (CBS)– A break from the heat and humidity is ahead. Friday’s Temperatures are back to the upper 80s with showers and thunderstorms possible in the morning. A bit of a break from the heat. Highs in the upper 80s to near 90° today. More relief this weekend. #ilwx pic.twitter.com/0rZNcuHYYo — Tim McGill (@TMcGillWeather) July …

A few strong to severe thunderstorms are breaking the multi-day heatwave in New England. Boston and southeastern New England have not experienced the heatwave, while much of western and northern New England had five to six days of 90-degree plus weather. Tuesday and the day before Burlington, Vermont hit 96 degrees, the city in New …

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Heavy rain devastated Squirrel Hill and the massive cleanup effort still continues. Folino Construction crews were busy tonight repairing and unclogging a sewer line in the 2100 block of Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill. Two blocks of the street have been closed to traffic. That sewer line caused problems for three businesses …

Large swathes of Britain have been hit by storms and lightning strikes as the country braces itself for potentially record-breaking temperatures. A national thunderstorm warning is in place until 9am on Wednesday after the Met Office said there is a risk of power cuts, travel delays and damage to properties. With a heatwave gripping much …

Showers and thunderstorms will track along a cold front moving through the state tonight. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is posted for the southern half of the viewing area through 10 PM. Each round could produce strong winds, some hail, frequent lightning, locally heavy rainfall. Some storms may continue through Sunday, although they will be more …