There may be one last blast of wet weather before the end of 2013 in the Atlanta area.
Temperatures will rise into the mid-50s by the weekend before turning lower for Monday and Tuesday.
Rain, heavy at times, and thunderstorms are expected to affect the region Saturday night into early Sunday morning ahead of an arctic front.
New Year's Eve will be chilly for events such as the Peach Drop 2014 with the 800-pound peach making its descent into the new year and the Chick-fil-A Bowl at the Georgia Dome.
There will be plenty of sun on New Year's Day with a high in the mid-50s.
A ferry has sunk off the coast of South Korea, leaving at least two dead and over 100 passengers missing.
Following some rain showers this Saturday, drier weather is in store for Boston by Monday to kick off the 118th annual Boston Marathon.
A mid-April snowstorm will focus on the northern Plains and Upper Midwest through Thursday, spreading snow from the Dakotas to Ontario.
A harsh blast of cold air that moved over the Northeast on Tuesday night will be quick to leave.
Experts across the nation are searching for plausible solutions to the defects of the nation's over-stressed and antiquated power system before severe weather season takes full rein.
The United States has the highest concentration of tornadoes in the world, and understanding truth about tornadoes and what to do if one strikes can help save your life.
Oklahoma City, OH (1990)
93 mph wind gust - one of the strongest gust at Will Rogers Airport in the last 40 years.
Charleston, SC, reaches 32 degrees -- latest ever there. At Wilmington, NC, snow accumulated up to 6" on boards. Fayetteville, NC, had 4" on the 15th -- one of the latest snowstorms ever. Snow flurries as far south as Milledgeville, GA. Severe freeze from Georgia to Texas killed cotton.
Boston Harbor, MA (1851)
Famous Lighthouse Storm -- great tide whole gale destroyed Minot Lighthouse and its keepers; tide exceeded a staggering height of 1,723 feet.