Weather Articles

Everglades Fire Covers 50 Square Miles; Alligator Alley Temporarily Shut Down

By Jan Wesner Childs
June 25, 2019

A massive fire is burning in the Florida Everglades. Here's the latest.

Russian Volcano Erupts for the First Time Since 1924 And the Images From Space Are Stunning

By Brian Donegan
June 25, 2019

Astronauts and satellites acquired these stunning images of a Russian volcanic eruption.

Tropical Depression One-E Forms Off the Pacific Coast of Mexico; Expected to Become a Tropical Storm on Wednesday

By weather.com meteorologists
June 25, 2019

The Eastern Pacific Basin had been strangely silent but has now come to life with its first tropical depression of the season.

Mid-Summer to Early-Fall Temperatures Are Expected to be Mild in the Central U.S., Hot Near the Coasts

By Linda Lam
June 25, 2019

Much of the central U.S. can expect near- or slightly cooler-than-average temperatures into early fall, while areas closer to the coasts will see above-average temperatures.

Eastern Pacific's First Storm of Hurricane Season May Develop This Week at an Unusually Late Date

By Jonathan Erdman
June 25, 2019

This basin has been strangely silent but may come to life this week.

Severe Storms Possible From the South to Appalachians, Ohio Valley and Great Lakes Monday Evening

By Brian Donegan
June 24, 2019

Severe storms are possible along a cold front in the South and East on Monday evening.

Philadelphia Refinery Explosion Was So Intense It Could Be Seen From Space in Satellite Imagery

By Chris Dolce
June 24, 2019

An explosion at a refinery near Philadelphia on Friday was so large it was detected by satellite.

5.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Northern California Saturday Night

June 23, 2019

Northern California was hit by 5.6 magnitude earthquake Saturday night.

Summer Begins With Late Season Snow in the Rockies

By Jonathan Belles
June 22, 2019

Snow fell in the higher terrain of the Rockies to bring in summer.

Larger Than a Grapefruit, Arkansas Hail Ties State Record

By Jonathan Erdman
June 21, 2019

You've probably seen hail, but you may never have seen anything like this.

Utqiagvik, Alaska, America's Northernmost Town, Smashes June Record High

By Jonathan Erdman
June 21, 2019

When temperatures soar this high above the Arctic Circle, it's an attention-grabber.

Pattern Change Bringing Colder Temperatures to West, Snow to Rockies and Heat to South

By Chris Dolce
June 21, 2019

A change in the jet-stream pattern over the United States will occur late this week, bringing cooler conditions to the West as the South sees hotter temperatures.

Carolina Storms Packing Powerful Winds Kill 1

By Jan Wesner Childs
June 21, 2019

At least one person was killed as severe storms moved through the Carolinas Thursday afternoon and evening. Here's the latest.

Scattered Severe Storms, Flooding Rain Expected Along the East Coast Thursday Evening

By weather.com meteorologists
June 20, 2019

Reminiscent of summer, an expansive area is in a threat for soaking thunderstorms.

North Texas Severe Storms Damage Structures

By Sean Breslin
June 20, 2019

Officials said damage in one town northeast of Dallas was caused by straight-line winds.

Flooding in Ohio, Illinois, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Forces Water Rescues, Strands Drivers, Stops Trains

By Ron Brackett
June 20, 2019

Heavy rains overnight caused problems in many areas around Philadelphia.

Saharan Dust Surges Into Caribbean – Here’s What That Means During Hurricane Season

By Brian Donegan
June 20, 2019

This Saharan dust plume could reach the U.S. Gulf Coast this weekend. Here's what impacts it could have on the tropics.

Kelvin-Helmholtz Clouds Made a Rare Appearance in Virginia Earlier This Week

By Linda Lam
June 20, 2019

We explain how these bizarre clouds form.

Flash Flooding Hits Indianapolis Area; House Fire Blamed on Lightning

By Jan Wesner Childs
June 19, 2019

Heavy thunderstorms rolled through central Indiana Wednesday evening.

Wisconsin Town's Lingering Snow Pile: Will It Ever Melt?

By Jan Wesner Childs
June 19, 2019

It's June, and the Appleton snow pile is still there.

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