Wow...what a week we've got coming up! Pretty much every single day looks magnificent, with temps in the 70s and little/no rain.
It's not often that a colorful sunrise occurs while rain is falling, but that's what happened Saturday morning.
High pressure takes control today, continuing our fall-ish temperatures but without the fall-ish showers. Maybe some showers late Monday night.
Plenty of sun, light breezes and low humidity make this a winner of a day.
Social media photographers captured a beautiful sunset on Saturday night, as high, wispy clouds provided a canvas for the sun's rays.
The Aurora Borealis put on quite a show on Friday night, as the second of two Earth-bound geomagnetic storms peaked.
Today isn't the nicest day ever, but it's not a washout either. Tomorrow's just about perfect.
If you liked today, you'll love Sunday - a virtual repeat. Unfortunately, we won't have a Saturday to match.
Up to 20 inches of snow has buried parts of northern Rockies in recent days, and many locations set record low temperatures this morning.
Forecasters are keeping their eye on an area of thunderstorms over Florida for potential tropical trouble.