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America Celebrates the Fourth of July

See how the country spent the long weekend, including hot dog competitions, tall ships and fireworks.

Lightning Strike Over Cinderella's Castle

Zack Provost captured this incredible lightning strike inside the Magic Kingdom at Disneyworld

Shocking Summer: Lightning Deaths Could Surge in July

Already this year, there have been 15 fatalities in the U.S., and the number could easily surge past last year's total of 26, forecasters warn.

Dried Up Lake San Antonio Shuts as Summer Kicks In

Four years of drought have reduced Lake San Antonio to only 5% of maximum capacity. The lake closed indefinitely on July 1.

Londoners Deal With Heat Wave in a Very British Way

Londoners are taking to Twitter to participate in what some consider a British national pastime: moaning about the weather.

60 Rescued After Heavy Rains Trigger Floods in Missouri

Heavy rains in Missouri triggered flash floods and forced the evacuation of 60 residents from their homes overnight, emergency officials said.

Animals Look For Ways to Beat U.K. Heat

Tiger cubs played in a paddling pool and monkeys ate ice lollies as temperatures in the U.K. continued to soar.

Hail Storm Hampers Rush Hour in Northern Twin Cities

Severe storms descended upon Twin Cities metro area dropping large hail and heavy rain, whisked by strong winds across a wide area.

Arizona Dust Storm Sweeps Over Phoenix

Drivers in Phoenix faced treacherous conditions Sunday when visibility plummeted during a dust storm. No weather-related injuries were reported.

Dangerous Weekend Storms Sweep Across U.S.

A stormy weekend across the country already proved to be dangerous, and officials cautioned Sunday that the threat wasn't over yet.

Storm Threatens Floods From Ohio Valley to Northeast

A major storm system threatened to cause flooding anywhere from Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast over the weekend.

The Week in Pictures

Tragedy strikes an historic church, mermaids parade through New York, lives saved at sea, and more.

Summer in Denver: If Floods Don't Get You, the Hail Will

Powerful storm in Denver, Colorado, blocked intersections, turned roads into rives, flooded vehicles and dumped hail around homes.

800,000 Without Power as Violent Weather Sweeps Across Country

A tornado touched down near Boston, and 70 mph winds from Ohio to Maine uprooted trees as much of the Midwest braces for more severe storms.

Colorado Construction Workers Hurt by Lightning Strike

Three of five workers were taken to a hospital for treatment after lightning struck a building they were working on in Colorado Springs Wednesday.

Pakistanis Fight to Keep Cool in Deadly Heat Wave

Pakistanis are suffering as an extreme heat wave, coupled with widespread power outages and strained relief efforts, kills hundreds due to heatstroke and dehydration.

Fierce Storms Cut Power to Hundreds of Thousands

Hundreds of thousands of people were waking up without power Wednesday after powerful thunderstorms triggered widespread outages across the Northeast.

Deadly Heat Wave: New Fatwa Allows Eating During Ramadan

NBC News' Waj Khan found people taking shelter wherever they could in Karachi, to escape the heat wave that has claimed hundreds of lives.

Severe Storms Hit Northeast After Battering Midwest

Boston was under a tornado watch for the first time since 2012 thanks to a storm system that slammed the Northeast on Tuesday.

Storm Demolishes Dairy Farm

Powerful winds rip apart large dairy farm in Decker, Michigan. WDIV's Jason Colthorp reports.

Tornado Tears Through Illinois Town

Tornadoes swept across the Midwest overnight, destroying homes and leaving many displaced. The community of Coal City, Illinois was particularly hard hit.

Severe Weather Strikes Illinois and Michigan

Five people rescued from Illinois campground after tornado touched down and 70 mph winds swept through Michigan, destroying homes.

Ferocious Storms Wreak Havoc Across Midwest

The National Weather Service posted a severe thunderstorm watch for Chicago and Milwaukee as the storms pushed east.

43 Million Face Storm Threat; Northeast, Northwest Sizzle

Around 43 million Americans were at risk of severe thunderstorms that will sweep across the Plains before smashing their way into the Midwest.

Thousands Celebrate Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

Thousands of revelers, pagans and self-styled druids gathered at the Stonehenge monument in England to mark the summer solstice.

Summer's Here! 23,000 Mark Solstice at Stonehenge

Thousands of revelers and self-styled Druids watched the sun rise over Britain's Stonehenge Sunday to mark this year's summer solstice.

Happy Solstice, Boston! Remember These Winter Scenes?

Brian Snyder revisited some of the scenes where Bostonians battled snowdrifts, to show locals at the same spots now enjoying the balmy weather.

Lightning Strike Kills Woman in Iowa

Rebecca McCarthy, 42, of Hiawatha, was struck by lightning as she moved between two camping areas at a park northwest of Cedar Rapids.

Violent Fires and Floods Ravage Parts of the U.S.

Wildfires in California and torrential rains in the Midwest make this a season of mass evacuations and rescues, with no signs of letting up.

Wildfire Burns 11,000 Acres of National Forest

A fire burning near in the San Bernardino National Forest continues to swell, forcing evacuations and confounding firefighters' efforts to contain it.

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