While rain will become much less widespread and generally subside over Texas this weekend, the threat of more heavy… More
While rain will become much less widespread and generally subside over Texas this weekend, the threat of more heavy rain and renewed flooding is not over for the Lone Star State.
After days of heavy rain and flooding in Texas, Lake Travis may be forced to open up a record number of floodgates to control water levels. Some parts of Texas have seen as much as 13 inches of rain this week.
Cloud-free conditions will allow much of the United States to see this weekend’s Orionid meteor shower, the first major shower of the fall.
Operations producer Judi Weiss, discusses the extremely vast weather conditions encountered during the set-up and production of ESPN's College GameDay.
The northwestern United States will experience a flip to cool, rainy weather as Pacific storms return next week.
Strong winds, including some gusts up to 25 mph, will have an impact on several games in the northeastern United States.
Gusty winds and plummeting temperatures will mark the weekend in the northeastern United States, but residents may be wondering how long the taste of winter will last.
Tropical Depression 24 joined Tropical Storm Vicente in the eastern Pacific early Saturday, and both storms could bring impacts to southern and southwestern Mexico into next week.
The upcoming winter will bring a battering to the United Kingdom, as an active windstorm season is on the cards.
Snow dusted parts of New York up to Canada this week while Texas dealt with major, deadly flooding.
The lull in the western Pacific Ocean may come to an end next week with a new tropical threat expected to brew near Guam.