Clouds increase tonight. Friday brings us mild temperatures, but showers develop in the afternoon.
Two "pioneers" serving the weather and climate profession are profoundly changing the world says TIME magazine.
An analysis reveals summers following icy Great Lakes winters tend to be cooler than normal in the central and eastern U.S.
We've shared with you inspired views of cherry blossoms and bluebells. Now feast your eyes on yet another beautiful symbol of spring: the tulip.
One thing is for sure: the coming weekend is nothing to sneeze at! Plenty of sun and warm temperatures beckon us to get out and enjoy..
A jacket or sweater is a good idea despite the lack of wind for this spring time outing.
It was a cool and windy day, though otherwise quite pretty given all the fresh blooms and greenery. Winds start to tame a little overnight, but they stay with us through tomorrow.
The chance of floodwaters overtopping Manhattan's seawalls has skyrocketed since the mid-1800s thanks to swelling seas and mounting storm surges finds a new study.
It's almost May and a third of the Great Lakes is still covered by ice. This is unprecedented in records dating back more than three decades.
As the sun's rays intercepted an evening shower on its departure Tuesday, a gorgeous, full-sky rainbow emerged.