We're ending the work week with a gem of a day. Heat, humidity, and haze are back starting tomorrow, along with increasing storm threats the next few.
D.C.'s rain-free luck will continue on Friday as skies clear.
Following in the footsteps of the record-setting cool air mass in mid-July, a second blast of air with polar origins will invade the eastern U.S. to close July.
Every year, Mayflies rise like zombies from the Mississippi River, covering everything that doesn't move in a bug blanket.
A tornado ripped through a campground near Cape Charles, Virginia just before 9 a.m. this morning overturning campers, and killing 2 people.
Dramatic cloud forms, vivid lightning, roping waterspouts, and vibrant rainbows put on a show over the U.S. Wednesday.
While we won't see much sun today, the milder temperatures are a reasonable trade-off.
Our 15th day of 90 degree or higher temperatures may close with a bang. Showers and storms are most numerous this evening, but raindrops could last into Thursday.
On July 23, 2012, the sun unleashed two massive clouds of plasma that barely missed a catastrophic encounter with the Earth's atmosphere.
In a poll, the U.S. came in last in number of people who agree that climate change and other environmental concerns are disasters waiting to happen.