A new tropical threat in the southern Indian Ocean may bring life-threatening weather to parts of Mozambique and Tanzania later this week.
The first heat wave of the year is descending upon a large part of the western U.S., and temperatures in some places could soar above 90 degrees for up to five consecutive days.
Temperatures in Coachella on Friday were in the 90s, and the discovery a homeless man made that day was the difference between life and death, officials say.
Residents from Texas to Louisiana and across the lower Mississippi River Valley are being put on alert for violent thunderstorms and an increased risk of flash flooding through Thursday.
They're lucky to be alive after driving 'into the heart of the tornado,' which a look at their vehicle after the ordeal confirms.
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.
Does the new designation mean those impacted by the storm's fury will get additional state or federal aid?
As the excitement builds for the NFL Draft 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee, from Thursday to Saturday, the weather may have other plans for the first round.
The hottest days of the year will grip much of central and northern India in the coming days, and this heat wave is unlikely to end anytime soon.
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.