The northeastern United States will face a windy, chilly start to the weekend, and some residents may even wake up to snow on Sunday.
Old Man Winter still has a few tricks up his sleeve and he will reveal one of those tricks across parts of the northern Plains and Great Lakes region in the form of snow this weekend.
In a race against time, crews are frantically working to cover up the damaged ceiling of Notre Dame following the intense fire that set the cathedral ablaze last week.
Those tired of the seemingly endless weather pattern bringing frequent rounds of soaking rain to the Northeast since the summer of 2018 should expect no end to the onslaught in the near future.
A groundbreaking otherworldly recording may reveal clues into the secrets of one of our closest cosmic neighbors.
After a seasonably mild first three weeks of April, residents across California and much of the southwestern United States are enduring the first significant heat wave of the year.
April 25-28 marks the anniversary of one of the biggest, deadliest and most destructive severe weather and tornado outbreaks in the United States in recorded history.
It's been half a decade since residents of Flint, Michigan, began reporting illnesses, rashes and strange tastes from the brownish-looking liquid coming from their faucets after their city's water source switched.
Three people were killed after they drove their vehicle through floodwaters in Texas.