The temperatures might not sound impressive — high 70s? Pleasantly warm, not sweltering — but for this Pacific Northwest city, it’s unprecedented.
A widespread one to two inches of rain is possible locally.
The Earth's shape and bending of light by the atmosphere explain the departure from expectation.
It spans the sky like a mega-size wad of chewing gum stretched taut. It glows from within, pulses gently and sometimes releases tentacles of dripping, green ectoplasm.
The vernal equinox arrives Wednesday at 5:58 p.m. Eastern. This year, there's even a full moon on the first day of spring.
Spring officially arrives this evening, but Mother Nature isn’t ready to bust out quite yet.
Satellite images show the extent of flooding in the midwest
Conditions remain rather tranquil through the day tomorrow. A coastal storm takes shape after that.
It's the first time in two decades that a full moon and spring's arrival have been so close together.
“Historic” flooding in the Midwest has killed at least four people, leveled bridges and submerged huge swaths of the region with bone-chilling floodwater.
The Golden State might be through with winter, but winter is not through with the Golden State.
Seasonably cool weather prevails, with the threat of rain on Thursday, our first full day of spring. A cool weekend start trends warmer by Sunday.
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.