The Atlantic basin hasn’t seen a hurricane in 317 days, but forecasters say activity could pick up soon.
Today's probably warmer than it's been in a week. Readings may fall a bit again this weekend as clouds increase.
Wind gusts reached nearly 140 mph in one part of France. At least nine people were reported killed in the storm.
Across the globe, videos capture waterspouts dancing over oceans and others spinning aground and turning into tornados.
We've had more than a week of below-normal temperatures. That streak may be coming to a close.
Residents of the West Coast face a multitude of opposing hazards.
Researchers say the melting is “off the charts” — and the season isn’t over yet.
Saturday’s forecast is a bit iffy for outdoor plans.
Once activity wanes this evening, it's quite nice. Thursday features mostly sunny skies.
A strong geomagnetic storm could spur the northern lights from New England to the Great Lakes to Oregon.
After a quiet week ahead, activity could increase as we enter the historically busiest time of hurricane season.
The usual suspects for August are notably absent, although a few isolated showers or thundershowers are possible later today.
This streak of delightful August weather just doesn't want to stop delivering.
Rivers have been reduced to a trickle in the most severe areas and farmers are facing the consequences of a summer without rain.
The authors tied the earlier start to human-caused climate change
Mostly nice weather Wednesday through Friday before a muggier weekend
Showers continue to focus south and west. It'll be slightly warmer Tuesday.
The air mass over the eastern U.S. is offering a preview of autumn
Satellite imagery and a video from a Utah ski resort were critical in solving the case of the mysterious noise.
Wednesday through Friday are the week's nicest days.
Keep and umbrella handy tomorrow as showers and some isolated thunderstorms keep the threat of rain active all day.
Hopefully you enjoyed the delightful weather these past few days, because an unsettled pattern sets up early this week.
Things become more unsettled as we round out the weekend and head into the new work week.
It's quite pleasant today and tomorrow. By Monday and Tuesday, it's feeling a bit cool and wet.
It hasn't happened since 1862, but California is due for another one.