The danger for severe weather will return to the southern Plains on Sunday afternoon.
The weather threatens to interfere with search, rescue and cleanup operations in the wake of the major 7.8-magnitude earthquake that has killed at least 2,000 people with the death toll mounting.
Temperatures will have their ups and downs across the Northeast this week, starting off on a cool note before milder air moves in for the middle of the week.
Throughout the planet’s 4.5-billion-year history, the Earth has undergone amazing and dramatic changes. Even today, the planet is in a constant state of flux.
Rain has postponed Saturday night's NASCAR race at Richmond International Raceway. The race has been rescheduled for Sunday with the green flag set to fly at 1 p.m. EDT
A strong thunderstorm crossed Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, covering the ground with hail.
The 7.8-magnitude temblor hit at 11:56 a.m. local time Saturday, killing thousands of people.
Dauphin Island clocked a 57 mph wind gust at the time of the boating incident, according to Mesonet.
The strongest thunderstorms produced winds past 70 mph, hail as large as tennis balls and blinding downpours.
Residents of Boston will want to keep their umbrellas handy through Monday.
The weekend will end on a dry note around Pittsburgh before showers once again return on Monday.
Huntsville, AL (1834)
Severe frost highlighted "backward spring" in the South.
Norfolk, VA (1888)
Latest killing freeze: 34 degrees officially in Norfolk, but lower in outlying sections.
Flagstaff, AZ (1963)
6" of snow.