While the tropics have been quiet so far this year, October has seen some pretty notable hurricanes in the past, including Wilma of 2005, and Sandy in 2012.
In the western Pacific, spins a large and dangerous typhoon named Phanfone that may threaten Japan.
As the drone approaches the volcano, we are treated to a view that not many can say they've experienced.
Temperatures are ideal, humidity moderate, skies variably cloudy. Any rain should hold off until after the game.
We enjoy a couple of nice afternoons before a serious cold front comes through Friday night with showers and storms.
Clouds were slow to give up today, but it was still rather pleasant. Tomorrow should be even better.
A very powerful cold front will blast through the eastern U.S. Friday into Saturday, sending temperatures 10 to 25 degrees cooler than normal over the weekend.
The rain that fell in Montpellier on Monday is approximately half of the total annual rainfall accumulation the city normally sees.
The weather in Washington in 2014, on balance, has been cool and wet. But not this past September.
The question remains how useful winter storm names are as a communication tool without buy-in from the weather community at large.