American Airlines flight 280, which was on its way from South Korea to Dallas, Texas, was diverted to Tokyo on Tuesday after plane-jarring turbulence injured several people, who were later hospitalized for injuries.
The AP printed a needless and demeaning cheap shot at GMA's highly successful and talented Ginger Zee.
The overuse of the term "Superstorm" has significant implications for weather warnings, public response, and trust.
By Marshall Shepherd and Ryan Maue
It's the great depression for tornado activity in the U.S.
Mid-winter cold, late spring warmth, and snow are all possibilities over the next week.
No meteorologist can provide a bullet-proof explanation for why this extreme weather pattern keeps showing up. But there a lot of plausible ideas.
It's really cold in the Lower 48 this week, but that's only half the story.
Temperatures across the High Plains are running up to 45 degrees below average for this time of year.
Near Denver, a breathtaking Arctic blast dropped the temperature 30 degrees in 30 minutes. This piercing front is penetrating eastward today.
To guard against overuse of the term, we should reserve calling special attention to the vortex to those cases in which its behavior is extreme.