The National Weather Service will subdivide several counties for the purpose of "long-duration" watches, warnings and advisories beginning December 3.
As another, hopefully less brutal winter season approaches, FEMA is encouraging you to make a plan ahead of impending winter storms.
Monday marks the end of astronomical summer in the northern hemisphere. At 10:29 p.m., the sun can be seen directly overhead on the equator.
Fall kicks in at 10:29 p.m. tonight and the weather today and the rest of this week handsomely fits the newborn season.
Hurricane Hugo confirmed that hurricane forecasting can be an around-the-clock, live news story lasting days.
The fog was very low to the ground and it almost appeared that ground itself had burst into shades of red and yellow. It was a very cool.
After today's touch of summer and chance for a late-day shower or storm, we're looking high and dry to start the work week, with early-autumn bliss likely lasting through the week.
Tomorrow is the warmest day with a few showers or storms possible late. Then Monday begins another stretch of superb September weather.
The last official weekend of summer will have a summer taste with afternoon temps 80+. We could even witness a summer boomer to close out Sunday.
Less than a week after a devastating blow from its strongest hurricane on record, the southern Baja Peninsula of Mexico may feel the effects of a second tropical weather system.