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.
Torrential rain and hail fell in Tuscany, Italy on Friday, coating city roads like snow, and bringing down tree branches.
Several locations from upstate New York to northern Maine set records lows this morning as an unusually early taste of cold weather clipped the region.
With a flight plan that heads north along the Eastern Seaboard, the early Saturday morning SpaceX rocket launch might be visible for many people. Weather permitting, of course.
Instrument known as RapidSCAT to become first earth-observing instrument of any kind to dock on the ISS; may improve hurricane forecasts.