The same storm system that spawned severe weather across the South and mid-Atlantic to end the week is overspreading the Northeast this holiday weekend.
Calmer weather settling in over the southern and eastern United States into the early week will assist cleanup efforts in the wake of a three-day severe weather outbreak.
The historic numbers indicate one thing, but a look at the last five years -- and even this year -- shows something else.
Seeing a shooting star streak across the night sky can be a thing of beauty, and stargazers will have their chance to catch a glimpse of several on Earth Day when one of the longest-running meteor showers in recorded history peaks.
While dry, warm and tranquil conditions are in store for a large part of the nation on Easter Sunday, there will be some areas that have to deal with showers and cool weather.
Researchers conducted the most extensive study ever done on the planet's glaciers -- and what they learned could have far-reaching consequences in the not-too-distant future.
Two things you'll want to do is put a sandbag in your toilet bowls and empty out your fridge and freezer.
On the heels of the deadly severe weather earlier this week, a new storm threatens to spark violent thunderstorms from Iran to Afghanistan and Pakistan early next week.
While deadly severe weather has been making news headlines, many may be wondering if the upcoming southwest monsoon season will bring a surplus or shortage of rainfall in India.