Overnight lows are on the warm side -- mid-70s around the city and low 70s in the suburbs.
Cruise ship passengers saw a textbook and amazing example of Kelvin-Helmholtz instability clouds.
The project maps air quality down to street level to capture more variability across space and time.
We have a chance of showers but they should be less intense and more widely scattered than Monday.
Many places in the U.S. still have a ways to go to see their warmest day.
Snow was reported at Glacier National Park as well as the Big Sky and Jackson Hole ski areas.
The "ugh" factor is pretty high this week.
Temperatures were down slightly today, but humidity made up for it. It's going to be hot for a while.
Storm activity has rapidly diminished.
There's another meteorological powerhouse already in place that could put a pin in California's stormy ambitions.