On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we recapped the series of storms that inundated much of the nation this week, as well as discussed the next round of storms that will take aim at the East Coast this weekend.
Justin Povick gave the most recent updates on the latest winter storm expected to deliver accumulating snow to much of the East's major cities, including New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Boston.
For the details on the most current weather forecast, Jennifer Correa had the details.
As two snowstorms barreled through the country this week with one more on the way, Heather Waltman reviewed this week's extreme weather events.
Mark Mancuso took a look at some fan comments as he shared the latest online topic in his viral segment. Additionally, he shared some of the best fan-submitted photos from the past week's storms.
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A 6.7 magnitude earthquake rattled Turkey’s Aegean coast and several Greek islands, killing two and injuring over 100 others early Friday morning.
Following Thursday’s violent thunderstorms, an unsettled stretch of weather will plague those with outdoor plans across Germany from this weekend to early next week.
Japanese researchers have successfully tested a new way to protect spacecraft from the intense heat of atmospheric re-entry by employing a technique featured in one of Japan's most popular science fiction series.
Cooler air will sweep from northwest to southeast across part of the central and eastern United States by early next week and will trim the extent of the heat wave.
Following a week with very few weather impacts, rain and thunderstorms could play a major factor in Friday's Tour de France stage.
The weather will once again create challenging conditions for players at the Open Championship in England.
A sudden downpour is being blamed for six deaths in northern India on Thursday, while a monsoon low continues to bring a heightened flood risk to central areas into this weekend.
During the long summer days when children are permitted to stay up later and sleep in longer, their school-year sleeping patterns might be thrown out of whack.