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Some pop-up storms may push through the region between 6 and 10 p.m.

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Storms later this afternoon into evening aren't a sure bet, but any that do form could be strong to severe with damaging winds and large hail.

  • Brian Jackson
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Overnight rain clears by tomorrow morning ahead of a warm day on Sunday.

  • Greg Porter
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The drought, which led to the most extreme wildfire season on record in California and Colorado last year, is now worse.

  • Diana Leonard and Becky Bolinger
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Rain risks focus on the overnight hours and then perhaps tagging along with storms late tomorrow. 70s to near 80 both days.


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Temperatures are climbing through the weekend. Most of the rain is at night.

Some of the coldest April weather on record is gripping the 49th state.

It’s a 50 percent increase above the budget proposed by the administration of President Donald Trump.

Widespread damaging winds are likely with embedded tornadoes possible

Showers and drizzle are likely at time times into the weekend, especially at night.

  • A. Camden Walker
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Temperatures were down about 10 degrees today. We'll lose another 10 Friday.

The agency plans to issue rip current forecasts up to six days in advance.

The weather data is crucial as the first flight of Ingenuity draws near.

Switzerland and Slovenia both established new record low temperatures for April on Wednesday, while Alaska could see the mercury fall close to minus-50 on Saturday.

Last year was the busiest Atlantic hurricane season on record. This year, there may not be much of a break.

A lot of the rain through the weekend focuses during the nighttime hours.

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Instead of around 80, it'll be around 70, with just a small chance of a shower overnight.

The storm threat will shift to the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic over the weekend before easing nationwide next week.

Their schedules are still jam-packed, even when storms aren't raging.

It finally fees like winter is far back in the rear-view mirror, especially as we surge well into the 70s today.

Some spots make a run at 80 tomorrow.

The social media campaign aims at readying the public for tornadoes and other hazards.

The ultra-frigid cloud formed amid strong thunderstorm activity over the Pacific in December 2018.

Showers are likely at times Thursday night through the weekend.

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The concentration of the heat-trapping gas topped 420 parts per million, while the planet has warmed more than two degrees.

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