Spring snow storm slammed portions of Minnesota, Wednesday forcing some to dig out.
Soaking showers and drenching downpours will become more widespread along the Gulf Coast states on Thursday evening.
Expect wet weather for the second and third round of the RBC Heritage.
While the Northwest receives more rain late week, the parched Southwest will remain dry, bad news for the ongoing drought. Meteorologist Justin Povick has the latest.
More snow has fallen in Duluth. Plus, we explain how hail can get so large. Heather Waldman has your top stories.
Evan Myers and Elliot Abrams track the warm air in the East. How about rain?
The Muskegon River continues to rise but is expected to crest and begin receding sometime on Thursday.
Another 6 inches of heavy wet snow fell in the Duluth area, leaving sounds of snowplows, snow blowers and snow haters.
A compact storm blasted parts of Minnesota with heavy snow.
What environmental conditions favor the development of large hail?