The same disturbance that brought storms to the Plains and Midwest now shifts towards the Northeast Tuesday.
A strong cold front brought severe thunderstorms to end the weekend in the Plains and the threat continues in the Midwest on Monday.
Despite a lack of drought, heavy showers and thunderstorms repeatedly struck areas of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains late week into the weekend. Meteorologist Justin Povick looks back.
Two hurricanes spelled major beach erosion, dangerous rip currents and huge waves along the west and east coast last week. Meteorologist Justin Povick looks back.
Cristobal continues to cause trouble for New England beaches, even as it steams toward Europe. Many beaches banned swimming on Thursday due to the threat for rip currents.
Waves along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts looked angry again Wednesday as waves from Hurricane Marie crested at over 20 feet. Officials warn that riptides will be strong through Friday.
Anywhere from 1-8 inches of rain fell across parts of the desert Southwest on Tuesday morning. Phoenix was particularly hard hit by rushing water.
Aftershocks continue to rumble beneath the streets of the Bay Area as residents and shop owners assess damage and begin the road to recovery.
From flooding rain, to damaging winds to snow capped mountains, the western U.S. just about saw all that mother nature had to offer on Saturday and Sunday.
Heavy, gusty showers and thunderstorms impacted much of the Midwest and Ohio Valley mid to late week with major travel delays and many reports of flash flooding.