There's a chance of snow showers overnight and Saturday morning, though it will be light and without meaningful accumulation.
Parts of the Atacama Desert in Chile were flooded this week when heavy thunderstorms caused torrential rainfall.
The trio of weather bloggers at Weather Underground report the temperature in Antarctica* soared to a record-breaking 63.5F (17.5C) Tuesday.
Meteorologically, it's spring. Astronomically, it's spring. But Mother Nature has been saying "no" to all of the above.
AccuWeather is promoting its superior forecast to demonstrate the edge its services provide but some feel it is unfairly throwing the Weather Service under the bus.
It's almost April but we're talking about wind chills, snow flakes, and another stretch of colder than normal weather. Might sustained spring be around the corner?
The taste of spring vanishes in a flash. A cold front plows through the region this evening, with showers and storms and then falling temperatures.
Scientists have observed an increase in heavy rainfall in the tropics. Now they know the source.
The most intense activity may contain thunder and lightning, heavy downpours, some strong wind gusts, and a bit of hail.
The death rates from lightning in developing nations are much like those of the U.S. 100 years ago