The storms will disrupt travel and initiate new flooding concerns in Northern California early this week. More
Above-average warmth will remain firmly planted across much of the eastern United States through much of the week. More
This fire truck plunged down a collapsed road that eroded away due to torrential rainfall in California. More
Heavy rain and mountain snow will pound the northwestern United States early this week, with the most significant impacts targeting Northern California.
Heavy rainfall caused sinkholes to open up and roads to erode in southern California. The result of the devastating storm was many vehicles, including this fire truck, plunging down the hole.
Above-average warmth will remain firmly planted across much of the eastern United States through much of the week.
This video shows Interstate 5 completely underwater in the town of Williams, which received 3 inches of rain over the past 24 hours.
Heavy snow, wind and severe weather may unfold late this week as a strong storm system sweeps across the central U.S. and into the Midwest.
Less than a week after tornadoes tore through parts of Houston and New Orleans, a new threat of flooding and locally severe thunderstorms will return into Monday.
A storm that's been billed as the most powerful in years barreled into Los Angeles with a vengeance on Friday. Hundreds of trees and dozens of power lines toppled over causing 150,000 customers to lose electricity.