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.
After a frosty start in spots, Saturday is set to be a nice fall day. Sunday, not so much.
Saturday is looking swell. Sunday could be showery.
Winds are diminished from their peak, but they'll stay feisty into tomorrow.
Despite the Miami area's vulnerability to the effects of climate change, the Trump administration plans to keep the topic off the agenda.
Don’t expect a particularly harsh winter, but a volatile one.
An area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to develop into Tropical or Subtropical Storm Nestor by late Thursday.
The "weather bomb" set records while knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.
Today is the coolest day of fall so far, but milder temperatures arrive Friday into the weekend.
Gusts past 40 mph are likely tomorrow. It will make highs in the 50s to near 60 feel even chillier.
Over an inch of rain fell across most of the region.
A tropical system could bring heavy rainfall to areas along the Gulf Coast from Friday into the weekend.
With the warmest September on record, the Earth could be headed for its second-warmest year.
The vigorous storm is likely to set low pressure records as it unleashes gusts to 60 mph and more than three inches of rain in spots.