Spectacular summer storm clouds gathered at several big league parks across America Monday night.
The fog was so dense in Chicago Thursday that the Wrigley Field umpiring crew considered delaying the game between the Cubs and the Washington Nationals.
Excessive rain has besieged Recife since last night, the city hosting today's World Cup match-up between U.S. and Germany at noon eastern.
Towering thunderstorms flared up around Denver Tuesday evening and then tempers flared at the city's Major League Soccer venue where a fight broke out.
Since Friday, a month's worth of rain deluged Brazil's coastal city of Natal, hosting tonight's World Cup match between the U.S. and Ghana. More downpours likely today.
For the first weekend of World Cup play, most - not all - matches will be played under warm and dry conditions.
On Friday, it's "Bike to Work" day in D.C., but it may as well be "Wear a Life Jacket to Work" day given the torrents of rain forecast.
Weather will not be an obstacle at Augusta National: the forecast for the Masters is as good as it gets.
Since early January, fisherman Stephen Miklandric has caught 69 citation fish in six different species!
Kiteboarding is relatively new. 2003-5-ish is considered the "early years" of the sport, though it originated crudely in Hawaii and France in the late 90s.