After a severe weather outbreak hammered the southern Plains and Central states early this week, a new round of severe weather will erupt in the same areas by Thursday and Friday.
As AAA expects nearly 43 million Americans to travel this Memorial Day holiday weekend, up 3.6 percent from last year, stormy weather will create trouble for some areas. Meanwhile, summerlike heat will prevail in other areas of the country.
As the calendar nears the end of May, some places around the country picked up more snow -- but not everyone is dreaming of a white Memorial Day.
Severe storms, fueled by heat and humidity, may lead to reduced visibility along sections of interstates 70, 79, 80, 81 and 90 at a time when many people may be getting a jump start on holiday travel.
AccuWeather's extreme meteorologist was on the chase in the Cornhusker State and captured extraordinary video of a tornado forming right around him.
More rain is expected in the Midwest this week, hindering planting in key areas
A slow-moving storm system brought deadly flooding to Germany, and more dangerous weather is possible across central and eastern Europe through Wednesday.
There is a distinct difference between a watch and a warning, and knowing the difference can save your life.