Weather Articles

Damage Reported in Northeastern Arkansas as EF3 Tornado Strikes Jonesboro; Flash Flooding Swamps Cleveland

By Sean Breslin
March 30, 2020

Here's everything we know about this situation.

Severe Thunderstorm and Heavy Rain Threats to Hit the South Through Tuesday

By Linda Lam
March 30, 2020

A low-pressure system will track across the South early this week, bringing the chance for severe thunderstorms and heavy rain.

Warm April Expected for Many Americans, but Could Start Cooler for Some

By Jonathan Belles
March 29, 2020

Here's the latest temperature outlook for April.

Severe Thunderstorm Threat Lingers From Eastern Great Lakes to Mid-Atlantic on Sunday

By Chris Dolce
March 29, 2020

A cold front will head through the eastern states with showers and thunderstorms on Sunday.

Summerlike Heat Will Set Record-High Temperatures in Parts of the South Into This Weekend

By Chris Dolce
March 28, 2020

March has been warm in much of the South, and it will be capped off by numerous record highs late this week.

What We're Watching in the Weather This Weekend

By Linda Lam
March 28, 2020

An active weather pattern may not cooperate with outdoor plans this weekend.

Critical Fire Danger Will Continue Into the Weekend in Parts of Southwest, Southern Plains

By Brian Donegan
March 27, 2020

Conditions will be conducive for rapidly spreading wildfires in the Southern Plains late this week.

Here's How Many Tornadoes Your State Sees in a Typical Year

By Brian Donegan
March 26, 2020

Find out who sees the most and the least tornadoes in an average year.

Next Week Marks the Start of the Most Dangerous Three Months for Tornadoes in the U.S.

By Chris Dolce and Linda Lam
March 25, 2020

Tornado activity in the U.S. typically peaks from April through June.

Buildings Damaged, Injuries Reported After Tornado Hits Northeast Mississippi

By Jan Wesner Childs
March 25, 2020

Severe weather is moving through Mississippi and Alabama. Here's the latest.

Severe Thunderstorms and Heavy Rainfall to Spread Across the Mid-South into Tuesday Night

By Chris Dolce
March 25, 2020

A stormy Tuesday night is on tap for the mid-South region.

Fewer People Are Flying Because of the Coronavirus – and That Might Affect the Quality of Your Weather Forecast

By Chris Dolce
March 24, 2020

The coronavirus-related dropoff in global air travel may have an impact on computer forecast models.

Another Coastal Storm Heads for the Northeast, But Here’s Why It’ll Bring More Rain Than Snow

By Brian Donegan
March 24, 2020

Another coastal storm follows on the heels of Monday's system, which brought snow and rain to the Northeast. Here's why this one will be different.

Coastal Low Brings Snow and Rain to the Northeast as First Full Week of Spring Begins

By Linda Lam
March 24, 2020

A quick-hitting snowstorm will blanket parts of the interior Northeast early this week.

Active Pattern to Bring Rain and Snow to the West in the Week Ahead

By Jonathan Belles
March 23, 2020

Much-needed rain and snow will impact the West this week.

Sixth Victim Found After Floodwaters Wash Out Bridge in Indiana

By Jan Wesner Childs
March 21, 2020

Flooding claimed the lives of six people in Southeast Indiana.

4 Things to Watch in the First Few Days of Spring

By Linda Lam
March 21, 2020

Snow is possible in the Northeast while more rain and thunderstorms are ahead for the South, and another system will bring precipitation to the West over the first few days of spring.

Threat of Severe Storms and Flooding Rain Moves Into the South and East Friday

By Chris Dolce
March 20, 2020

Severe storms could produce damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes through Friday.

Bats Spotted on Radar Leaving Their Caves as 'Flying Eagle' Supercell Forms Over Texas

By weather.com meteorologists
March 20, 2020

Radar isn't just useful for looking at rain and snow. It can also detect insects, animals and modes of transportation.

Winter Storm Takes Aim on the Plains, Upper Midwest with Snow and Gusty Winds

By Linda Lam
March 20, 2020

Here's where and when this latest winter storm could snarl travel.

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