Showers and thunderstorms threaten to dampen Memorial Day across the United States.
Due to a cable line issue, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's weather radios are currently out of service throughout Oklahoma.
Torrential rain and strong thunderstorms pushed across the southern Plains on Saturday, spawning tornadoes and dangerous flash flooding from Kansas to Texas.
Lifeguards along the East and Gulf coasts are preparing to deal with one of the greatest beach dangers: rip currents.
A dangerous and life-threatening flooding situation will continue into Memorial Day, across portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri.
Showers and thunderstorms threaten to interfere with Memorial Day festivities across more than half of the United States.
Many areas in the Eastern states will have consistent summerlike heat and a buildup of humidity for the last week of May.
People heading to the Southeast coast for a a dip in the Atlantic Ocean this Memorial Day holiday weekend are being put on alert for dangerous rip currents.
The second major tennis tournament of the year began on Sunday, as the world’s best tennis players begin their quest for the 2015 French Open title at Roland Garros in Paris.
Warmth will make a comeback around the Boston area for the remainder of this Memorial Day holiday weekend, seemingly fitting for the unofficial start to summer.
An area of low pressure will continue to bring drenching showers and thunderstorms across Italy and the Balkans through the beginning of the week.
Brownsville, TX (1998)
Just 0.04" of rain since April.
Abilene, TX (2000)
109 degrees, hottest ever in May.
Knoxville, TN (1807)
Hail 10" in circumference hail; a tornado went over the river, sucking fish out of the water.