Extreme heat and drought continue to fuel an outbreak of wildfire activity that has burned structures in several states.
Severe thunderstorms qualifying as a low-end derecho event caused structural damage in the U.S. Great Lakes region.
Tropical Storm Elsa traversed the U.S. Atlantic Coast after making landfall in Florida.
Severe thunderstorms produced flash flooding and strong tornadoes in portions of Southeast Michigan.
Tropical Storm Claudette produced flash flooding and tornadoes that damaged structures in several states.
Concentrated bands of severe thunderstorms spawned destructive tornadoes in portions of Kansas.
Severe thunderstorms have caused major flooding and spawned tornadoes in several states.
A structural fire in Southwest Baltimore spread into neighboring streets, resulting in 11 other buildings being burned.