After a pair of very nice days today and tomorrow, the forecast turns more complicated as we get into the weekend.
It could be a messy commute before rain tapers. Wednesday's weather is classic fall.
A new study finds that El Niño has been fundamentally changing since the 1970s.
As dangerous fire weather builds Wednesday and Thursday, more than 200,000 customers could lose service to “reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire ignitions.”
Houston meteorologists say the year-round weather in Washington — much like the Nationals’ bullpen — sort of stinks.
The station acknowledged "we made a mistake."
Today's cloudy start sees rains return around midday and especially this afternoon with some heavy downpours possible. Beautiful autumn weather rebounds tomorrow through the rest of the week with some mixed conditions this weekend.
It's tranquil through the night, but more rain is on the way.
The 2019 ozone hole in the Southern Hemisphere peaked at its smallest level on record, thanks to the polar vortex.
The twister carved a path of destruction through much of northern Dallas.
A slow-developing storm could produce showers during a possible Game 5.
Neoguri is currently unloading heavy rainfall, while Typhoon Bualoi may sideswipe Japan later this week.
The two rain events will help us further eat away at the drought.
More than an inch of rain has fallen across much of the region today.
Clammy and cool rain expected for much of the day, but we can use the water.
You may want to find a waterproof coat that has a warm lining.
Rain becomes more widespread around sunrise and may last into the afternoon.
The storm’s rains will push through the Southeast into the Mid-Atlantic into Sunday morning.
All Californians will be able to receive warnings before the next big quake using a mobile app.
Today is the pick of the weekend. But we still need rain, so tomorrow could be worse!
Tropical Storm Nestor will bring the risk of a "life-threatening" storm surge, heavy rain and strong winds to the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend area.