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Gulf of Mexico Tropical Disturbance to Bring Needed Rain to Parts of Texas, But Also a Flood Threat

By Linda Lam
September 16, 2019

It likely won't develop, but its rain could be too much of a good thing.

Hurricane Humberto Bringing High Surf and Rip Current Danger to Southeast U.S. and Could Impact Bermuda Later This Week

By weather.com meteorologists
September 16, 2019

Humberto is generating high surf and dangerous rip currents along the Southeast coast and may head toward Bermuda later this week.

Invest 97L Likely to Develop Into the Next Atlantic Tropical Depression This Week

By Brian Donegan
September 16, 2019

We'll be keeping an eye on Invest 97L in the Atlantic during the week ahead. Here's what we know right now.

Tropical Storm Humberto Expected to Become a Hurricane and Could Track Near Bermuda

By weather.com meteorologists
September 15, 2019

Humberto is expected to strengthen and may head toward Bermuda.

Maine Town Drops Below Freezing Before 'The Icebox of the Nation'

September 14, 2019

One Maine town saw its first freeze before International Falls, Minnesota.

Not Just Irma and Maria: Recent Examples of Hurricane Deja Vu

By Jonathan Belles and Jan Wesner Childs
September 14, 2019

Multiple hurricanes can strike the same place back to back. Here are a few examples.

Why Peak Fall Foliage Could Be Delayed This Year

By Brian Donegan
September 14, 2019

Blame the warm temperatures across much of the United States for the expected delay in this year's fall foliage.

Hurricane Dorian Kicked Up Cooler Water in the Atlantic, But What Does That Mean For a Potential Humberto?

By Linda Lam
September 13, 2019

Dorian left cooler water temperatures behind near the Bahamas, but it will likely not hamper the development of this next system.

More Storms to Hit Plains, Upper Midwest With Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds and Hail

By Chris Dolce
September 12, 2019

Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will plague the nation's northern tier into Thursday night.

Invest 95L Likely to Develop Into a Tropical Storm; Could Bring Heavy Rain, Wind to Dorian-Affected Northwest Bahamas

By weather.com meteorologists
September 12, 2019

Here is what we know right now about this developing system.

Fall and Early Winter Likely to be Mild in the West and South, Cooler in the Northeast

By Jonathan Belles
September 12, 2019

Here's how the rest of autumn and early winter's temperatures might play out.

'Human Error' Caused Warning Siren Failure as Tornadoes and Straight-Line Winds Ripped Through Sioux Falls, South Dakota

September 11, 2019

Tornadoes and straight-line winds caused damage in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Here's the latest.

First Snow of the Season Blankets Higher Peaks of Utah, Wyoming, Including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

By Jonathan Erdman
September 11, 2019

Mother Nature is providing a winter tease in some areas this week.

What If Hurricane Erin Had Hit the East Coast on 9/11?

By Jon Erdman
September 11, 2019

Amid the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, a hurricane lurked off the East Coast.

Three Areas We're Watching in the Atlantic for Tropical Development Right Now

By weather.com meteorologists
September 11, 2019

The Atlantic has no active storms at this time, but a few areas bear watching.

It's the Peak of Atlantic Hurricane Season Now and You Should Plan For the Risk Accordingly

By Jonathan Erdman
September 10, 2019

It's the peak of hurricane season, but there's still have a long way to go in the season.

Hurricane Dorian Damaged Historic Structures and Changed the Coastline Along Parts of North Carolina's Outer Banks

By Chris Dolce
September 10, 2019

Dorian's battering of North Carolina's southern Outer Banks caused major damage at a national seashore.

Ocracoke Island Remains Without Power; Residents Who Evacuated Allowed to Return Home

By Jan Wesner Childs
September 9, 2019

Here's the latest on how residents on North Carolina's Ocracoke Island are recovering after Hurricane Dorian.

In the Bahamas, Official Hurricane Dorian Death Toll Rises to 45, But Newspaper Says It's in the Thousands

By Ron Brackett and Jan Wesner Childs
September 9, 2019

Here is the latest information on search and recovery efforts in the northwestern Bahamas.

In the Bahamas, Official Hurricane Dorian Death Toll Rises to 45, But Newspaper Says It's in the Thousands

By Ron Brackett and Jan Wesner Childs
September 9, 2019

Here is the latest information on search and recovery efforts in the northwestern Bahamas.

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