The worst flooding in decades continues across parts of the Plains and Midwest.
Clear skies take over again tonight and into tomorrow.
You just have to know the date.
Twice last week, local Weather Service offices were forced to go offline to escape Mother Nature’s fury.
Temperatures most days this week should reach the 50s with little or no precipitation.
Surface temperatures will remain above freezing, which eliminates the chance for accumulation of any frozen precipitation that mixes in early tomorrow morning.
Don't worry, we don't expect any impact from potential snowflakes tonight.
After tranquil conditions for much of Sunday, light rain mixed with sleet and snow moves in after dark.
After a few days of 70s, mid-March reality has returned.
We'll still see lots of the strong March sun.
Slope counts have started to decrease, but this weekend it will still be worth a trip to the mountains.
Streams and rivers have risen to record levels in spots.
It was as visually stunning as it was a meteorological marvel.
Early-spring chill reasserts itself after today’s somewhat unsettled warmth.
MeteoFrance is calling for a devastating 10- to 14-foot storm surge, with destructive waves and surf that could propel water even higher.
Warm conditions persist through the end of the work week.
Accurate warnings of extreme weather conditions are sometimes ignored, or worse, mocked.
The historic storm is expected to unleash more severe weather Thursday after already generating 100-mph winds, a severe blizzard and flooding.
New York and Boston have passed Washington in snowfall, and chances are it’s game over.
Real honest-to-goodness spring weather is here the next two days.
The FCC is prioritizing advancing 5G wireless technology over concerns about possible impacts on weather data.