After spotty storms on Tuesday, more widespread severe weather is impacting the central U.S. Wednesday.
California Governor Jerry Brown ordered water use restrictions for the drought-stricken state on Wednesday for the first time in its history.
While Maysak is no longer a super typhoon, it remains a very powerful storm over the Pacific Ocean and will threaten the Philippines this weekend.
As sunshine warms parts of the South, Plains and Southwest on Easter Sunday, cold air and spotty snow will linger in the Northeast and rain will dampen parts of the West and Texas.
A widespread severe weather threat is targeting the central Plains Wednesday evening following spotty severe storms in the South on Tuesday.
For the third time in a two-year timespan, a “blood moon” will cast an eerie glow above Earth.
Four people were killed and 16 were injured after flames erupted on a Mexican oil rig early Wednesday morning, The Associated Press reports.
Yet another round of severe weather is in store for parts of the Plains and Mississippi Valley on Thursday, making for the third consecutive day of organized severe weather in the region.
With 30 plus years of experience managing ski resorts in the California, Tim Cohee has seen his share of challenging winters, but this winter has been the worst.
Portions of the Southwest and Great Plains will be at risk for wildfires through the middle of the week.
A storm will accompany a press of chilly air during the first part of the Easter Weekend with rain and even accumulating wet snow in some locations of the Midwest and Northeast.
Boston, MA (1997)
25.4" of snow - greatest snowfall ever in a 24 hour period. 100,000 people without power. Winds gusted to 54 mph.
Catskills, (NY State) (1997)
Between 35-40" of snow bury higher elevations.
Solomon Islands (2007)
A magnitude 8.0 earthquake and an accompanying tsunami left thousands homeless but mercifully few dead.