The same storm bringing heavy snow to parts of the Midwest will turn eastward and affect the southern Appalachians and… More
From an Alabama college devastated by a tornado to a bald eagle protecting her eggs in a nor'easter, here are the top… More
A taste of spring is in store for the northeastern U.S. for the final week of March while the storm-battered region gets a break from nor'easters for several days.
From shocking video of tornado damage at an Alabama college to a bald eagle protecting her eggs during in nor'easter, here are the top videos of the week in case you missed them.
The same storm bringing heavy snow to parts of the Midwest will turn eastward and affect the southern Appalachians and the lower mid-Atlantic coast into Saturday night.
Gone in seconds. They lost their Ventura apartment during a wildfire. Follow this family's journey as they leave their home as flames closed in.
Friday night into Saturday felt nothing like the first few days of spring across a swath of the midwestern United States as an Alberta clipper storm dropped substantial snow.
A funnel cloud formed over homes in Sacramento, California, as thunderstorms hit the region.
Despite a dismal start to the rainy season, recent storms have helped to ease fears of water shortages across California during the upcoming drier months.
Up to 150 whales were stranded at Hamelin Bay, Western Australia.
Rounds of rain and thunderstorms will heighten the risk of flooding across the south-central United States during the early and middle part of next week.
A recently released report by the Associated Press and the Houston Chronicle says there were over 100 instances of toxins being released in to the enviroment due to Hurricane Harvey.
The first day of spring passed this week, but flu viruses continue to circulate in the United States. The flu has been severe this season with experts estimating that it may cost the nation nearly $1 billion more than last year.
Carden Corts had a school assignment to make a weather forecast video and judging by the internet's reaction, he nailed it!
The March for Our Lives and Cherry Blossom Festival will take place this weekend in Washington, D.C., amid dry and seasonably chilly conditions.
Sand dunes are what protect inland areas, but many dunes have been completely ripped away.
With the long Easter holiday a week away, many across the United Kingdom may be wondering what the weather will be like and how it may impact travel and festivities.