Near-record warmth surges up the East Coast Tuesday but by Saturday, after back-to-back cold fronts, temperatures crash as much as 25 degrees below normal.
Compared to recent years, the summer of 2014 has delighted Washingtonians. Until this week.
As if the situation around St. Louis wasn't tense enough, temperatures will rise to scorching levels for five days.
A new report from CDC says cold killed more people than any other weather hazard from 2006-2010. But other researchers say heat can still be considered most deadly.
Sioux Falls man hears that Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich won't melt, and decides to put it to the YouTube test.
After last week's record-breaking fall-like temperatures, the Plains states are baking in 100+ degree heat indices.
A new report finds greenhouse gas emissions could change our summers profoundly.
On The Weather Channel's national temperature map, no city shown is hotter than Washington, D.C. at the noon hour (eastern time).
It's not even officially summer yet, but already at least a dozen children have died this year.
Through an innovative partnership with Howard University, the National Weather Service has rejuvenated its "Beat the Heat" campaign to heighten awareness of the dangers of stifling summertime weather.