A storm riding a blast of cold air will unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday.
The coldest air since April will blast into the Eastern states and will shock parts of the South this weekend.
A storm riding a blast of cold air will unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday and will turn toward part of New England by Sunday.
After developing Thursday, Tropical Storm Vance continues to churn over the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean
Rain will finally make a return to drought-stricken California by the weekend with rain reaching all the way down into Southern California.
While daylight saving time was primarily started in the United States for the sake of conserving energy, some argue that is not the case anymore.
While rain could deter voter turnout on Election Day in part of the Central states and the Northwest, dry weather is in store in the East and the balance of the West.
While many locations in the central U.S. and East saw late summerlike weather this week, a blast of cold air has put an end to the warmth.
As much colder air bursts into Boston this weekend, the area will have a close call with a snowstorm.
Winds may add more drama to Nik Wallenda's tightrope attempt 500 feet above the Chicago River on Sunday evening.
After cold air rushes in this weekend on strong, gusty winds, temperatures will rebound to above-average levels during much of next week around Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Alpena, MI (1989)
73 degrees -- record for the date and the sixth consecutive day with a record high.
Pueblo, CO (1991)
16.5 inches snow during October 1991. (broke record for October).
Bismarck, ND (1991)
-10 degrees - October record.