Clouds eventually gave way to a nice afternoon today, and a stronger taste of spring is ahead on Tuesday.
Meteorologists from as far away as Texas convened for a luncheon in Washington Saturday to celebrate the career of Simpson, legendary hurricane meteorologist.
With its new reach and high-profile spot on national television, CWG sent WeatherNation TV president Michael Norton questions regarding the network’s future plans.
On Saturday, 93.29 percent of Lake Michigan was covered by ice, the most in records dating back to 1973.
No, they weren't UFOs floating over the central Virginia skies, but super rare lenticular clouds - more common in the mountain West.
60 or so for the next three days, but then a strong cold front sends temperatures plummeting back into the 30s Thursday.
The 60s return to start the work week. For the midweek, though, all eyes are on a storm that should bring a decent dose of Wednesday rain, possibly ending with some snowflakes Wednesday night.
Get outside today, it's going to be fairly nice! Overall, a quality respite from the cold throughout the weekend, and we turn even warmer heading into the first part of the work week.
We're getting things started right, with just about perfect weather for a game.
Throughout the work week temperatures were much cooler than normal. Time for us to change that.