We've witnessed supercells - those big beastly rotating thunderstorms - every day, six tornadoes, and tons of other amazing sights.
The saturated southern states will have to endure a few more days of wet weather before dry relief floods in.
Towering snow piles still linger - a crusty, nasty reminder of its miserable winter, the snowiest in recorded history.
On Saturday, the small city of Eagle soared to 91 degrees, the hottest temperature ever recorded so early in the calendar year in our 49th state.
Oklahoma and Texas are enduring yet another torrential rainfall event in an already saturated month.
The Last Frontier is in the midst of an extended streak of record-challenging warmth that will continue through next week.
Both computer model and human forecasters suggest it's a very real possibility, at least a 50-50 one.
A strong El Niño event would have major consequences on the weather all over the world.
In the extreme northern tier of the U.S., winter refuses to completely go away.
Storm chasers captured dramatic footage of the Elmer tornado, which swirled violently just a few hundred yards from a field of cows.