The storm could ignite a second round of dangerous thunderstorms in the Southeast today, with soaking rains up the East Coast.
36 hours of fog - though gloomy and challenging for motorists, it has cast an eerie but soothing haze over the city
It's a crummy Christmas Eve any way you look at it, with a steady soaking rain through the day. Temperatures aren't bad, though.
Fog and drizzle persists through the evening before things turn even wetter on Wednesday. A few strong storms could form Christmas Eve night.
The Big Island peaks may appear more "Christmasy" than Boston and Buffalo Thursday morning.
A new Swiss weather radar perched atop the snow-capped Alps looks like something out of Star Trek.
Despite their beauty, polar stratospheric clouds are not friendly to the Earth's ozone layer.
Our super-saturated situation persists through Christmas Eve with light stuff today, and heavier rain late tonight into Christmas Eve.
Severe thunderstorms are rumbling across the Southeast on Tuesday as the much-anticipated Christmas storm begins to take shape near the Gulf Coast.
A raw and gloomy day gives way to a damp overnight. Clouds are in no hurry to depart on Tuesday.