Watch this timelapse view of the explosive growth of a thunderstorm, and appreciate how it's energy is equivalent to a nuclear bomb.
Now that it's September, the hot and humid summer that wasn't has arrived,
Storms with heavy rain, some gusty winds, and lightning are likely through around 10 p.m. tonight.
Scattered storms could interrupt your plans this afternoon and evening. Labor Day looks similarly warm and humid with a lower storm risk.
Hilarious clip from Jimmy Kimmel live shows TV weather people struggling to say crease TOE bal.
Storms are enough of a risk to keep an eye on the sky, on radar, and on our social media feeds for updates as warranted.
Don't let our tame summer fool you, more heat and uncomfortable humidity is on the way. Today is a transition day, but still largely passable.
It's going to get muggy this weekend, and a chance of thunderstorms kicks up on Sunday, lasting into Labor Day.
On August 19, an ominous forecast suggested that a massive hurricane would make landfall on the northern Gulf Coast on the anniversary of Katrina's Gulf landfall. That forecast busted big time.
Views of the remarkably different Papua New Guinea and Iceland volcanoes.