Heavy rain continues to move towards the south and east across sections of northern Texas but remaining north of I-20. Flash flooding will remain a concern.
Rain will be heavy enough for flooding and perhaps mudslides across southern Alberta. Bernie Rayno also discusses the threat for severe weather across the Prairies.
A U.S. Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft found flight level winds of 47 mph which translates to 40 mph at the surface. So, TD 2 has become tropical storm Berry.
Wildfires are still burning out in the West with more winds to come, which will be an issue. Plus, we head out on the water to fish. Valerie Smock has the top headlines.
Enjoy the pleasant weather today; heat will build later in the week. Join Evan Myers.
While winds do not start fires, they can help them spread quickly. Valerie Smock says an incoming system will bring more winds, which will be an issue for wildfires.
A confirmed tornado touched down near Denver International Airport Tuesday afternoon, sending travelers scrambling for shelter.
Over an inch of rain fell in 30 minutes across much of Massachusetts, causing flash flooding.
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Steamy conditions are expected for this weekend's Nationwide Series.