Storm Dennis dumped more than a month's worth of rain in parts of Wales, flooding towns and prompting evacuations.
Tomorrow's weather will be much like today's, with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Making predictions for this season was particularly challenging.
Can’t rule out a brief shower today, but shower chances return by Tuesday.
The storm packs winds to hurricane force, waves 100 feet tall and has turned deadly in the U.K.
Winter-time temperatures only stuck around for just over 24 hours.
A well-timed dry spell continues through the holiday weekend.
One bomb cyclone is slamming Iceland with hurricane force winds on Friday, while another is hot on its heels. These storms will combine into one giant swirl, rivaling all other North Atlantic storms on record.
Temperatures turn milder once we get past tomorrow.
It looks like a scene from the movie “The Day After Tomorrow.”
Some of the coldest weather we’ve had in a long time is moving into the mountains.
Globally, January was the hottest such month on record, beating out January 2016, which came during an intense El Niño event.
The skies were lit in California, thanks to an alien-like cloud
The temperature beats a milestone set days earlier by nearly 5 degrees.
We've got about 48 hours of winter ahead. But it doesn't last, as Sunday shoots for the 50-degree mark.
After three weeks of above-normal temperatures, a cold wind is taking over.
The vegetation is now vulnerable to the possiblity of devastating frosts into April.
One of the strongest storms on record for the North Atlantic will hit Iceland on Friday and sideswipe the U.K. this weekend.
Along the East Coast, temperatures will plunge Friday as a blast of cold arrives.
Friday and Saturday are the coldest days in over three weeks.
Much of the rain falls tonight. There's also a brief warmth surge tomorrow.
As illustrated by this winter, the climate of the Mid-Atlantic region is becoming more southern.
The temperature in Chicago could fall to zero.
A string of extraordinarily powerful storms is churning the waters of the North Atlantic and threatening Europe.
We get a bit of a break today, but this slog of a week continues with more showers by this evening and again tomorrow morning.