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Repeated rain to drench much of the US on Tuesday

Repeated rain to drench much of the US on Tuesday

Welcome to the daily weather update from FOX Weather. It is Tuesday, June 6, 2023. Start your day off right with everything you need to know about today’s weather. With the FOX Weather Update podcast you can also get a quick summary of national, regional and local weather whenever you want.

Rain, rain, go away

A stormy storm is in store for California this week, as a stagnant low pressure will park along the Southern California coast.

June marks the start of the Golden State’s dry season, but California will receive more rain than its monthly average by Friday.

The Fox Forecast Center is also tracking a low pressure system in the Northeast that will bring showers and thunderstorms to the area through at least midweek.

This unusual June pattern will bring below-average temperatures and several rounds of rain to parts of New England.

Parts of the Plains and Rockies will continue to see rain this week. Flash flooding is possible as the still weather continues to pour moisture into those areas.

Some parts of the Rockies are expecting 1 to 3 inches of rain over the next few days, according to the Fox Forecast Center.

Beachgoers take note

If you’re heading to a northeast beach – beware! Sticky jellyfish found crawling in the waters off the Jersey Shore.

The jellyfish are said to be mostly transparent, with a reddish-orange cross and 60 to 80 tentacles that can deliver a “very strong” hard and painful sting.

New research shows how often sharks are seen swimming near beachgoers in California — more often than you might think.

“This study really dispels the myth that if there’s a great white shark around, it’s going to bite you,” study author Dr. Chris Lowe said. “In these shark nurseries, we found that sharks and people share the waves every day without danger.”

Good news for Florida beaches as Sargassum seaweed ‘surprise’ decline for the first time in a decade, new satellite data shows.

After A 13 million tons of seaweed set a blob record In March, new data showed that in the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt – from West Africa to the Gulf of Mexico – there was a dip in May.

So you’re telling me there’s a chance…

The National Hurricane Center focuses on irregular rainfall and thunderstorms in the Northeast Atlantic associated with a complex tropical area of ​​low pressure. NHC gives the system a 10% chance of development in the next seven days.

Bonus reading

Before you go, here are two stories we think you’ll enjoy.

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