Two pilots took storm chasing to a new extreme last week by chasing supercells from the sky. Caleb Elliott flew Skip Talbot and videographer Phil Bates around severe storms in North Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.
Read the story here: Daredevils Chase from the Sky
More severe weather is on the way for the southern Plains on Tuesday as well as parts of the Midwest and the Northeast.
The atmospheric severe weather engine began firing on all cylinders this past weekend and reached full speed Monday over Oklahoma.
Preliminary reports are calling it an EF-4 tornado that has caused numerous fatalities and injuries in Moore, Okla.
Several tornadoes touched down from Oklahoma to Iowa, including near Wichita, Kan., and Oklahoma City, on Sunday.
Rising temperatures and humidity across the mid-Atlantic will have it feeling like the end of June.
Heavy rain returning to the northern Plains will generate a renewed flood threat for the Red River.
Kansas City, KS (1957)
Forty-five people killed and millions of dollars in damage by tornadoes.
Texas County, OK (1937)
Severe dust storm called "Black Blizzard" visibility near zero for 10 minutes.
Atlantic City, NJ (1992)
28 degrees -- coldest ever for so late in the season at the airport