Very warm and humid conditions are on tap ahead of an approaching strong cold front for your Christmas Eve. Afternoon highs climb into the low 80's before showers and thunderstorms move into Central Florida. Our coverage is high, at about 70% and do keep in mind we have the potential to see heavy rain and strong to severe storms as the cold front moves in. Overnight, the thunderstorm action tapers off as our front pushes east. Cooler and drier air fills in and things calm down just in time fo...
While lacking across a large part of the United States on Christmas Day, arctic air is set to make a comeback during the final days of 2014.
A storm bringing heavy rain, fog, thunderstorms, a swath of snow and travel delays is converging on the Northeast, Midwest and South this Christmas Eve.
Severe storms tore across the South on Tuesday, Dec. 22, ransacking a Mississippi town just days before Christmas, resulting in the deaths of four people.Read Story >