A couple of cold nights are ahead in the Southeast while temperatures moderate farther west. A couple of rain makers are coming through this weekend.
Another round of snowfall is expected to impact the Upper Midwest Wednesday.
A strong cold front continues to march off the East Coast tonight, spreading rain and snow eastward with it.
Sky gazers caught a glimpse of the Blood Moon very early Tuesday from Los Angeles to Miami.
Residents in Hammond, Ind., were in for a shock early Tuesday when they woke up to wet snow.
A storm cutting through the North Central U.S. will spread nuisance snow across Minnesota, which could impact the Twins' game Wednesday night.
Temperatures will remain on a wild roller-coaster ride Tuesday into Wednesday with much cooler air and even some snow for the East. This coming on the heels of a very warm weekend with more warmth to come late week.
Severe weather will remain in the Southeast today. Plus, we talk about a historic tornado outbreak in Tennessee from 1998.
Big changes are coming to the East. Evan Myers and Elliot Abrams have details.
It was another day of severe thunderstorms Monday, as large hail and damaging winds pushed from Texas through Mississippi.
Straight-line winds are being blamed for flipping dozens of RV campers in Jackson County, Miss., on Monday night.