"Snowfall forecasting is hard," writes FiveThirtyEight. We agree.
A headline today on Weather.com has reached new heights in its absurdity and, frankly, irresponsibility.
Imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite show how the blizzard transformed the landscape in the region.
The deadly 1946 tsunami pales in comparison to the 30-foot tsunami that roared ashore on the island of Kaua'i about 500 years ago, researchers have confirmed.
Two weak tornadoes touched down near the city on October 15. It was an atypical event for this time of year locally, but not unheard of.
Our weather deteriorates over the next few days with clouds and scattered showers thanks to a large, lumbering low pressure system.
Both of the tornadoes, spawned by Wednesday's storms, were rated EF-0 on the Enhanced Fujita damage scale.
Sunshine helped send temperatures well into the 60s today. We've got more mild weather tomorrow, but less in the way of sun.
The second coastal storm of the fall is about two days away from spinning up off the Mid-Atlantic coast.
NHC is giving an area of low pressure in the Bay of Campeche a 40 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression over the next five days.