Winds were gusty today, but temperatures in the 50s felt mild. After a frozen overnight, we're about 10 degrees colder tomorrow.
While forecast confidence is still low seven days out, the models have been suggesting that a winter storm could be brewing for parts of the Great Lakes around Christmas.
Morning meteorologist Patrick Crawford was shot several times by an unidentified man but survived according to reports.
Snow hopes for the weekend have slowly faded. They haven't completely evaporated, but they're pretty close.
Improvements in storm surge modeling are enabling the National Hurricane Center to offer better surge forecasts.
American Airlines flight 280, which was on its way from South Korea to Dallas, Texas, was diverted to Tokyo on Tuesday after plane-jarring turbulence injured several people, who were later hospitalized for injuries.
The first big storm of the historic winter, it was cold and it was powdery. It lasted a long time. Perfect for a snow lover.
Today's highs near or past 50 are a nice treat, even with the wind, before cooler 40s settle in for Thursday and Friday. The main attraction remains the possibility of a weekend storm.
Low clouds lingering this evening gradually clear out overnight, setting up a sunny, though brisk Wednesday.
A powerful storm in the western Pacific spurred turbulence that injured several passengers aboard an American Airlines flight.