After a slow start to the severe weather season, more gusty storms are on tap into Thursday night with an even larger round of severe weather this weekend.
A line of gusty thunderstorms will continue to track east over Missouri and from eastern Oklahoma towards Arkansas.
There will be a risk of tornadoes this weekend. Plus, are you prepared in case of a tornado? We have your top stories right here.
Thunderstorms this afternoon into tonight will contain gusty winds and blinding downpours. Bernie Rayno has the details.
Evan Myers has details on rain for tomorrow and perhaps next week.
The Santa Fe River is rising in Gilchrist County, Fla., and is expected to continue to rise through the weekend.
Warmer weather means lunch on the terrace and teeing off on the greens in Madison. And that's exactly what people were doing this past week as warmer weather finally arrived.
With wind speeds over 70 mph, these long-lived windstorms produce swaths of damage thousands of miles long.
Dry weather but chilly as the Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox Thursday night.
Golfers are enjoying the warm days in Madison City, Wis.