It will be a soggy Memorial Day weekend for New England.
Soaking rain prompted flash flooding in the New York City area.
Gusty winds created several white caps along Lake Michigan near the Chicago lakefront on Thursday.
In the wake of severe weather and tornadoes early week, more storms and heavy rain pounded Oklahoma City Thursday.
The threat for severe weather continues over west Texas Thursday evening. Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible. More gusty winds are expected from storms in the Northeast.
After a mild stretch of weather through the week with off an on showers and thunderstorms, much cooler temperatures will blow into the Northeast Friday into the upcoming weekend. Meteorologist Justin Povick has the details.
A slow-moving disturbance will bring showers and an unusual chill to the Northeast.
The storms that caused severe weather are heading to the Eastern Seaboard today. Plus, we go LIVE today. Jalelah Ahmed explains.
Evan Myers and Elliot Abrams follow the big change from warmth to a cooldown, followed by rain.
It could be considered the busiest or even the most extensive weeks for severe weather this year. Valerie Smock explains what has happened since Monday.