Once we get today's cold front through it'll feel more like September.
Any showers tend to be isolated through Saturday. Our air will turn more pleasant by Sunday.
Heavy rain is still falling in parts of the Deep South while Odette becomes 15th named storm of 2021 in Atlantic
It was the “perfect storm” of blinding rain falling on asphalt and concrete surfaces, with inadequate runoff, during rush hour.
Ida joined Isabel to make a duo of I-named storms to sock the Mid-Atlantic between 2003 and 2009.
It'll be warmer and sunnier this weekend, ahead of cooler temperatures next week.
Several areas flooded between Annandale and the District.
The first cool-season rain event is set to soak areas that have been dealing with rampant wildfires
Researchers probe how to make people and officials in charge take flash flood threats seriously
The peak of hurricane season has arrived, and the tropics are busy.
Temperatures stay warm for the duration.
Plenty of spots will little or even no rain. Some could have a lot.
The massive storm trucked copious tropical moisture onto the eastern side of the island — rare for this time of the year.
Flooding continues along the Gulf Coast as Tropical Depression Nicholas unleashes heavy rain.
Shasta’s glaciers have lost more than 50 percent of their volume and area in this 21st century, with 2021 as the largest year of volume loss.
Fortunately neither the heat nor the humidity are anything too extreme, as shower chances rise somewhat tomorrow into Friday.
Southern Louisiana, including New Orleans, could see 5 to 10 inches of rain and ‘life-threatening’ flooding
Temperatures tickled 90 for a second day in a row. They may do so again Wednesday.
Predicting the monsoon has made great strides, but much is left to learn.
Tropical Storm Nicholas strengthened to a hurricane in the western Gulf of Mexico on Monday night before making landfall along the middle-Texas coast during the predawn hours Tuesday.
The weekend looks very warm but with less humidity and low rain chances
Forecasters most fear the storm’s flooding potential from near Galveston to Lake Charles
It's feeling more like August than mid-September.
This colorful bug from Asia can devastate vineyards and ruin fruit crops.
Climate change will exacerbate extreme flood events but may decrease the number of moderate floods.