Weather Articles

Tropical Disturbance Soaking Texas With Drought-Easing Rains, But Flooding Is Also a Concern

By Chris Dolce
June 19, 2018

This tropical moisture could be good and bad news in parts of Texas.

Rounds of Storms Expected From the Front Range of the Rockies to the Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic This Week

By Brian Donegan
June 19, 2018

Flash flooding will be a concern in many areas this week.

Why Pop-Up Summer Thunderstorms Are Among the Hardest Weather to Predict

By Brian Donegan
June 19, 2018

We know these forecasts can be frustrating. Here's why.

Six Tools Used to Monitor Hurricanes You've Probably Never Heard Of

By Jonathan Belles
June 19, 2018

Six important tools used by tropical meteorologists you may not have heard of.

What Took a Slice of the Sky Away in These Photos?

By Brian Donegan
June 19, 2018

Here's what caused this triangular-shaped shadow in the sky over North Carolina.

Floodwaters Turn Lake Superior's Shoreline Waters Into a Murky Mess

By Chris Dolce
June 19, 2018

Flooding changed the color of Lake Superior's shoreline waters.

Puerto Rico's Radar Restored 9 Months After Hurricane Maria's Wrath

June 18, 2018

Following Hurricane Maria's devastation, a new radar has taken shape on reshaped land.

Tropical Depression Carlotta Crawling Along Coast of Mexico With Threat of Flooding; Expected to Dissipate By Early Tuesday

By Linda Lam
June 18, 2018

Carlotta continues what has been a busy start to the hurricane season in the Eastern Pacific.

In Far Eastern Canada, There's Still Six Feet of Snow on the Ground, Local Lodge Says

By Sean Breslin
June 18, 2018

Here's the spot North American snow-lovers can go right now to get another taste of winter.

What is the Heat Index and Why is it Used?

By Brian Donegan
June 18, 2018

Find out what the commonly used summertime term "heat index" really means.

May 2018 Was Earth's Fourth-Warmest May on Record, NOAA Says

By Jeff Masters and Bob Henson
June 18, 2018

May 2018 was the planet's fourth-warmest May since record-keeping began in 1880.

Over 300,000 Coastal U.S. Homes Could Flood Every Two Weeks Just 30 Years from Now, Report Says

By Sean Breslin
June 18, 2018

High-tide flooding could have major impacts on the U.S. coastline and the millions who live there, a new report has found.

Gulf of Mexico Tropical Disturbance to Fuel Soaking Rainfall in Texas, Southwestern Louisiana Early This Week

By Chris Dolce
June 18, 2018

There's a reason to watch the western Gulf of Mexico early this week, but it is not for tropical development.

Heat Advisories Issued as Hot Temperatures Grip Midwest and Northeast on Monday

By Jonathan Belles
June 18, 2018

A heat wave will bring feels-like temperatures into the 100s for many early this week.

4 Things to Know About This Week's Weather

By Linda Lam
June 18, 2018

As we head toward the summer solstice this week, will it feel like summer where you live?

Crews Increase Containment on Colorado Blaze as Western Wildfires Continue to Burn

By Pam Wright
June 17, 2018

Here's what we know about the impacts from these fires so far.

Where Your Dad Won't Melt and Where He'll Need That Beer on Father's Day

By For the Dads Out There
June 16, 2018

Much of the eastern half of the country will be well above average in the temperature department this Father's Day.

Moisture From the Remnants of Bud Is Spreading Needed-Rainfall Into the Southwest

By Brian Donegan
June 16, 2018

Tucson, Arizona, reported its measurable rainfall since March on Friday and Phoenix may also see its first measurable rainfall in more than three months.

Pattern Change Will Bring Record Heat to the Midwest, Northeast and Cooler Temperatures to Southwest

By Jonathan Belles
June 16, 2018

Disturbed weather in the West will lead to big changes this weekend.

Pennsylvania Tornado Collapses Buildings, Overturns Cars; 6 Injured

June 15, 2018

A confirmed tornado tore through parts of Pennsylvania late Wednesday night, overturning cars, damaging businesses and knocking down trees and power lines.

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