The Midwest will see anywhere from one to three inches of rain on this Thursday evening.
Cristobal is moving northeast rapidly into the North Atlantic and will turn non tropical tomorrow. The rest of the Atlantic looks quiet
While Marie is weakening over the Pacific, Cristobal remains in tact as it jets northeast.
Bright sunshine will return to begin the weekend in Flushing Meadows.
Heavy showers and thunderstorms will repeatedly strike areas of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains late week into the weekend with severe weather and flash flooding. Meteorologist Justin Povick has the latest.
The Vallejo area has played host to several brush fires over the last week. On Wednesday, another weak blaze broke out and was fanned by a dry breeze.
Residents of a community outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, saw a strange object flying overhead Monday night and even managed to capture it on video. AccuWeather's Heather Waldman has more.
Comfortable weather has moved into the East. How long will it stay? Evan Myers and Elliot Abrams have details.
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.
Lightning came a little to close for one person in Sweden as they were capturing a stunning rainbow.