Weather Articles

Dangerous Storms Could Bring Widespread Damaging Winds, Large Hail Few Tornadoes to the South and Midwest

By Linda Lam
April 28, 2022

The chance of widespread severe weather returns to the central U.S. on Tuesday.

Will A Third Tropical System Develop Before Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially Starts?

By Jonathan Belles
May 30, 2020

A disturbance well southeast of Bermuda is being watched by the National Hurricane Center.

Tropical Development Possible in the Gulf of Mexico Next Week From a Central American Gyre

By Jonathan Erdman
May 30, 2020

The first full week of the hurricane season may deliver a Gulf storm. Here's what we know.

Pattern Change Will Cool Off the East and West, Heat Up the Plains and Rockies

By Brian Donegan
May 29, 2020

Here's what we're watching in the coming days.

SpaceX Launch This Weekend Could Be Threatened By Thunderstorms

By Chris Dolce
May 29, 2020

Thunderstorms delayed the launch of the first NASA astronauts from U.S. soil since 2011, and weather conditions appear iffy for the backup launch windows Saturday and Sunday as well.

The Stunning Toll of a Terrible U.S. Hurricane Stretch Since 2016: $346 Billion in Damage

By Jonathan Erdman
May 29, 2020

These jarring statistics put the past four hurricane seasons in perspective.

June 2020 Temperature Outlook: Central U.S. Will Feel the Heat

By Linda Lam
May 29, 2020

A hot start to summer is expected across the central U.S., with temperatures closer to average toward the East and West coasts.

Will A Third Tropical System Develop Before Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially Starts?

By Jonathan Belles
May 29, 2020

A disturbance well southeast of Bermuda is being watched by the National Hurricane Center.

10 Hurricane Season Questions Answered

By Jonathan Belles
May 28, 2020

Because it's always better to be prepared than scared when a hurricane approaches, here are 10 of the most frequently asked questions about hurricanes.

15 Years Ago, the Most Extreme Atlantic Hurricane Season on Record Began

By Chris Dolce
May 28, 2020

A hyperactive, infamous Atlantic hurricane season began 15 years ago this June.

A Taste of Summer Is Setting Daily Records in Parts of West, Great Lakes, Northeast

By Linda Lam
May 28, 2020

A summerlike pattern will build across much of the U.S. this week.

Stormy, Stuck Pattern Brings Days of Rain to the South, Midwest and Plains, But Drier Conditions Are on the Way

By Jonathan Erdman
May 28, 2020

More stormy weather will plague the Midwest, South and East late this week, but drier air will arrive for the weekend.

Tropical Depression Bertha Spreads a Threat of Flooding Rainfall Toward North Carolina and Virginia

By weather.com meteorologists
May 27, 2020

Bertha formed quickly Wednesday morning near South Carolina and will pose a threat of heavy rainfall as it tracks farther inland.

Two Tropical Storms Form Before June 1 – Does That Mean an Active Hurricane Season Is Guaranteed?

By Jonathan Erdman
May 27, 2020

Does a fast start in May always lead to a busy season? We took a look at the data.

There Could be the Fewest May Tornadoes in the U.S. in 50 Years

By Brian Donegan
May 27, 2020

This is a sharp contrast to one of the busiest Aprils for tornadoes on record.

Tropical Storm Bertha Forms Near South Carolina Coast, Will Spread Heavy Rain Toward North Carolina and Virginia

By weather.com meteorologists
May 27, 2020

Bertha formed quickly this morning near South Carolina and will pose a threat of heavy rainfall as it tracks farther inland.

Tropical Disturbance to Spread Rain From the Carolinas to Virginia Regardless if it Develops Into Tropical Storm Bertha

By Chris Dolce
May 27, 2020

This tropical disturbance has a high chance of developing into a tropical storm. Regardless, it will bring rain to parts of the Southeast.

Miami Streets Flooded as Days of Heavy Rain Persist

By Sean Breslin
May 27, 2020

Here's what we know about this rapidly evolving situation.

Official Start of Hurricane Season Is Less Than a Week Away; Here’s What's Typical in June

By Chris Dolce and Brian Donegan
May 26, 2020

Here's a look at the historical formation areas for tropical storms and hurricanes in June and July.

Tropical Disturbance Is Bringing Flooding Rainfall to Florida

By Chris Dolce
May 25, 2020

Soaking rain could trigger flooding in parts of Florida early this week.

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