Anchorage set a new record for least snow in a season, 50 inches below average.
A wicked combination of low humidity and strong winds helped the Sleepy Hollow Fire spread quickly into Wenatchee, Wash.
Professional and amateurs photographers submitted over 2,000 photos of all kinds of weather phenomenon.
Mind-boggling rainfall totals in Oklahoma and Texas pushed the entire contiguous U.S. as a whole to its wettest May on record.
The final tallies from the month-long deluge are as extreme as they are improbable.
Eight inches of rain in 24 hours, 10 inches of rain in 24 hours, all-time wettest May, wettest day in May -- these are just a few of the records set so far this month, with more on the way.
A ominous-looking storm has explosively developed in the central Atlantic.
The Commerce Committee is convening the hearing: "Weathering the Storm: How Can We Better Communicate Weather to Enhance Commerce and Safety?"
Our society is more vulnerable than ever to the weather. We need to ensure it is prepared to meet the dangers.
The trendy explanation for the recent cold winters is that climate change made them worse. But two new studies say not so fast.