For adventurous couples, Valentine’s Day is not necessarily about chocolate, roses and long, fancy dinners. It’s an excuse to head out to hit the fresh powder, see a new part of the world or try your new Christmas swag at rock walls, surf spots or trails around the country. And with the long weekend tacked onto this year’s celebration, you've got another great excuse to go explore.
Don’t worry if you haven’t devised the perfect plan yet. It may be too late to book that surprise scuba vacation to Belize, but we have a few suggestions from around the country that will appeal to thrill-seeking couples. Click here to see the list.
A welcome period of more seasonable conditions will grace Germany this weekend before the risk of stronger thunderstorms returns around the middle of next week.
Cooler air will continue to pour across the United Kingdom this weekend, providing relief from the longest June heat wave in more than 40 years.
A budding tropical depression in the eastern Pacific Basin threatens to increase downpours along Mexico's southern coast into Monday.
Record-challenging heat will expand into the Pacific Northwest as hot, dry weather elevates the wildfire risk in the Southwest through Sunday.
A military aircraft crashed while landing at Dayton International Airport early Friday afternoon, landing upside-down off the runway.
Multiple systems, including Tropical Rainstorm Cindy, will combine forces to raise the risk of flash flooding in parts of the northeastern United States into Saturday.
Much cooler air with temperatures more typical of mid- to late September will sweep across the Great Lakes and Northeast into next week.