A tranquil spring afternoon transformed into a wild winter scene.
Periods of light rain are likely.
We’ll have some rain this afternoon and evening, but then we enjoy dry weather for much of the rest of the week.
Pack an umbrella with you tomorrow, with light rain expected to break out across the region by the afternoon.
How about a decently mild weekend day without the wind? That’s exactly what we’ve got today.
Temperatures should fall below 32 degrees in a lot of locations tonight. But we recover nicely on Sunday, with highs in the low 60s.
It's still windy today. We'll see increasing clouds tomorrow.
After storms with graupel, snow, hail and high winds, skies clear Friday night but it's blustery and cold.
The storms, Trevor and Veronica, are expected to bring damaging winds, flooding rain, and a dangerous storm surge on opposite ends of Australia's northern coast.
It was about as big of a rain event as we get during the cold season.
These residents of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, don’t just endure winter, they embrace it.
There's a peppering of precipitation today and we’re watching for some hefty gusts, too.
Conditions remain rough through the evening commute.
They will be replaced with Francine and Milton in the 2024 list.
Abundant rain and mountain snow have spurred a "super bloom apocalypse."
A winter storm warning is in effect, calling for as much as six inches.
The disastrous flood season is predicted to expand and grow more severe.
The nor’easter will round out the workweek, yielding a forecast that is wet for some and white for others.
One to two inches of rain could fall today, and a flood watch is in effect.
The morning commute is likely to be uglier than normal.
The temperatures might not sound impressive — high 70s? Pleasantly warm, not sweltering — but for this Pacific Northwest city, it’s unprecedented.