NOAA has confirmed that the January-September 2016 period was the warmest such period on record for global surface temperature.
A long duration Geomagnetic storm could bring auroras over the next three nights, perhaps even longer.
Susquehanna River on a fall day by "the view" on Oct. 19, 2016. To qualify, upload your weather photos to http://burst.com/accuweather!
Cooler and drier air has settled in for the weekend. Next week, it warms up with limited moisture return ahead of the next front moving in. There are two items of interest in the tropics currently.
Bright colors in California by "Larry Darwent" on Oct. 13, 2016. To qualify, upload your weather photos to http://burst.com/accuweather!
Update on major eastern storm into the weekend.
The Orionids peak tonight as the Earth passes through a stream of debris left by Halley's Comet. The shower is visible across the entire globe. Check viewing conditions and tips here.
Some bands of rain broke out in the I-95 corridor, the most important of which brought a batch of heavy rain to the New York City area between 8:30 and 10 a.m.
Major October storm will bring more rain, flooding, high winds and even heavy snow.