Extreme rainfall has plagued parts of the country this week from Detroit to Baltimore to New York state.
On Monday, Detroit, MI, received 4.57" rainfall in one day, the second highest daily rainfall measured in the city.
Yesterday, the flooding rain shifted to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
Baltimore, MD, got 6.30" rainfall on Tuesday.
Just this morning, flash flooding stranded cars and forced water rescues on Long Island.
Islip, NY, measured over a foot of rain in less than 8 hours from the torrential downpour.
More rain is expected across New England before drier weather prevails on Thursday.
San Bernardino County was the site of dangerous flash flooding on Sunday that left one person dead.
The heavy rain and steep terrain resulted in mudslides that blocked roads and trapped residents.
The threat of rain is diminishing for the region.
Indra Petersons explores how the canyon can enhance dangerous flooding.
Thunderstorms in Southern California caused injuries and a death on Sunday due to lightning.
Several people were taken to the hospital after a lightning bolt struck in Venice Beach during the afternoon.
An unusual shift in monsoonal moisture brought storms to the region and impacted the beaches of the area.
CNN's Indra Petersons explained the events of the dangerous weather.More on the Venice Beach lightning injuries
Air Algerie Flight 5017 disappeared from tracking radar early Thursday morning at around 2am local time.
The flight was approximately 50 minutes after its departure from Ougadougou, Burkina Faso in western Africa.
During that time period, thunderstorms were observed to the north of the airport and along the flight path to Algiers, Algeria.
CNN's Indra Petersons examined the weather that could have impacted the plane and the source of these storms.
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