Temperatures are mostly warming this weekend and into next week. Rain mainly targets Saturday night, leaving much of the weekend dry.
He's an oceanographer with decades of science and policy experience and previously served as the agency's chief scientist.
Temperatures of 32 or lower are expected north and west of the city. Frost is also a risk elsewhere.
Temperatures in the 30s could damage plants.
The stage is still set for a potentially severe wildfire season.
With freezing wind chills this morning, bundle up.
It's feeling more like winter than late April tonight. Highs are about 15 degrees below normal tomorrow.
The key time frame is between 5 and 6 a.m. for the triple celestial feature.
Allergy season has been going strong for weeks. We've got at least a few more to go.
Old Man Winter delivered an icy kiss to much of the Lower 48, breaking records and delivering rare snowfall so deep into spring.
Rep. Frank Lucas, ranking Republican of the House Science Committee, expressed concern that the White House removed Betsy Weatherhead, an experienced atmospheric scientist, without explanation.
Spring cold fronts can make for somewhat crazy weather days, which is exactly what we’ve got in store today.
Temperatures fall sharply Wednesday afternoon.
Thunderstorms in Oklahoma are often more expansive and have more electrical charge.
Snow is falling or expected in Kansas City, Chicago, Cleveland and Buffalo but a major warm-up is expected next week.
Wednesday’s front to bring gusty storms followed by a big drop in temperatures.
Tomorrow's looking like one of those springtime days you want to bottle up for later.
The storm went from Category 2 to Category 5 in a day, its peak winds catapulting to 190 mph.
Temperatures some 30 degrees below normal will accompany a late-season snowfall from the Rockies into the Midwest.
Highs should hit 70 Tuesday but only the 50s on Thursday.
Betsy Weatherhead, chosen to steer the government’s National Climate Assessment, has been reassigned to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Rain should clear the area before midnight.
The storm, the strongest cyclone ever observed so early in the year in the Northern Hemisphere Saturday, is gradually weakening.
Temperatures peak back in the 70s on Tuesday, before a potentially storm cold front drops them down to the 40s by Wednesday evening.
Just a slight chance at a stray shower or two this evening.