Weather Articles

Southern Soaker Could Become Wet, Windy Northeast Coastal Storm

By Chris Dolce and Linda Lam
October 13, 2019

The weather pattern in the East this week will bring a needed soaking to the South and a wet, windy coastal storm to the Northeast.

Hurricane Season Is Not Over Yet: Multiple Areas Are Being Monitored for Tropical Development in the Week Ahead

By Brian Donegan
October 13, 2019

Hurricane season isn't over yet. Here's what we're watching over the next several days in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific basins.

Death Toll Jumps to 35 from Powerful Typhoon Hagibis

By Associated Press
October 13, 2019

Hagibis caused levees to fail on 21 rivers, leading to major flooding and killing dozens.

Evacuees Return to Their Homes As Deadly California Wildfires Diminish

By Jan Wesner Childs and Ron Brackett
October 13, 2019

Here's the latest on the wildfires burning in California.

Wet Pattern Will Bring Needed Rainfall to the South into Midweek

By Linda Lam
October 13, 2019

Some much-needed rainfall will develop across the South over the next several days.

Tropical Storm Melissa to Weaken As It Accelerates Away From the U.S.

By weather.com meteorologists
October 12, 2019

Melissa is now a tropical storm, but it will finally accelerate away from the United States this weekend.

Wildfire Threat Diminishes for Parts of California; Thousands Remain Under Evacuation Order

By Jan Wesner Childs and Ron Brackett
October 12, 2019

Here's the latest on the extreme wildfire danger in California.

Typhoon Hagibis Is Moving Across Japan and Is Bringing Torrential Rainfall, Strong Winds and Storm Surge Flooding

By weather.com meteorologists
October 12, 2019

Here is the latest on another typhoon threat for Japan.

Blizzard Conditions Persist as Historic Snowstorm Spins in the Northern Plains, Upper Midwest

By Brian Donegan
October 12, 2019

It may only be early October, but an impactful snowstorm is spreading from the Rockies into the Northern Plains and upper Midwest.

Snowstorm Closes North Dakota Interstates; Highway Patrol Assists Dozens of Stranded Motorists

By Ron Brackett
October 11, 2019

A major snowstorm is impacting travel, flights, schools and businesses across the Northern Plains.

Coldest Air of the Season Will Sweep into the South and Midwest and Is Setting Records in the Rockies, West

By Jonathan Erdman
October 11, 2019

This is a major change, and it may send you scrambling to find a heavier jacket.

California's Fire Risk Is Highest in the Fall, and This Week Is No Exception

By Linda Lam and Jon Erdman
October 11, 2019

Strong, offshore winds combine with months of relatively dry conditions to increase the wildfire risk in the fall in California.

Mobile Homes Destroyed in Southern California Town as Wildfires Intensify

By Jan Wesner Childs and Ron Brackett
October 11, 2019

Here's the latest on the extreme wildfire danger in California.

Passengers Protest as Cruise Ship Diverted Due to Bad Weather

By Jan Wesner Childs
October 10, 2019

A ship's passengers staged an onboard protest after their itinerary was changed.

Severe Storms Threaten Southern Plains, Midwest on Warm Side of Snowstorm

By Brian Donegan
October 10, 2019

Severe storms are possible as a powerful cold front slides eastward into the Plains and Midwest.

Snowstorm Is the Last Thing the Flood-Weary Plains Needs

By Jonathan Erdman
October 10, 2019

This snowstorm will also have impacts on rivers well after it's done.

Curfew, Emergency Declared in California Due to Wildfire Threat; Power Shut Off for 500,000

By Jan Wesner Childs
October 9, 2019

Pacific Gas and Electric is shutting off power to parts of 34 counties due to the threat of wildfires.

Super Typhoon Hagibis Churning in the Western Pacific Ocean; Could Strike Japan, Including Tokyo, This Weekend

By weather.com meteorologists
October 9, 2019

Here is the latest on another typhoon threat for Japan.

Early-Season Nor'easter Will Bring Rough Surf, Damaging Wind and Heavy Rain to Parts of East Coast Late This Week

By Chris Dolce
October 9, 2019

Low pressure will remain off the Eastern Seaboard during the second half of this week, but it could still contribute to several coastal impacts.

U.S. Has Already Had 10 Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters in 2019, NOAA Says

By Jonathan Erdman
October 9, 2019

2019 is another costly year for U.S. weather disasters, according to a just-released report.

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