Our outlook called for it to be slightly warmer than it actually was, and we predicted a little too much snow.
Clouds come and go, but showers are largely absent through Friday.
Sunshine and mid-60s returns tomorrow. So does the wind.
Violent thunderstorms, which unleashed hurricane-force winds, and a "wake low" triggered Tuesday's disaster, while severe weather continued near the Louisiana coast.
The year's first Pacific typhoon could be an strong one.
Just like that, rain is back in the forecast today.
It's more of a nuisance rain. Then again, it is April and the flowers will appreciate it.
The "saildrones" can go places that most science ships can't.
Snow is predicted in the Rockies and interior Northeast in the coming days, while storms are few and far between in the South. This cool, winter-like pattern could last into late April.
Residents in South Florida witnessed a remarkable meteor on Monday night.
Spring takes a tiny step backwards for the balance of this week and weekend, with temperatures staying on the cool side of normal.
Other than the high pollen count, things are looking pretty good into tomorrow.
The ash plume has transformed day into night on Barbados.
The rainbows that formed were extra special, packing additional bands of colors into each vibrant arch.
Highs are mostly in the 60s.
Some pop-up storms may push through the region between 6 and 10 p.m.
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.
Overnight rain clears by tomorrow morning ahead of a warm day on Sunday.
The drought, which led to the most extreme wildfire season on record in California and Colorado last year, is now worse.
Rain risks focus on the overnight hours and then perhaps tagging along with storms late tomorrow. 70s to near 80 both days.
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.