An East Coast storm threatening to disrupt millions of holiday travelers will bring a heightened risk of severe weather to Florida on Thursday.
A storm packing mostly rain but also flooding, gusty winds, severe thunderstorms and some snow will hit travel hard at time when millions are beginning their Christmas journey to end this week.
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A late week storm is going to cause major delays on roadways and at airports across the southeast and the northeast.
Expect more storms with heavy rain, heavy mountain snow and rough seas to lash the West Coast of the United States into Christmas Day.
AccuWeather Reporter Dexter Henry visits Midland Beach, New York, after heavy weekend rainfall created major street flooding in an area where residents are looking for some relief.
A major storm that will plow into the eastern half of the United States late this week could throw a wrench into plans for early holiday travelers as well as holiday shipping.
Restaurants are flooded and cars stuck as the Potomac River overflows into the streets on King Street in Old Town Alexandria
Google's annual list of the most popular searches in 2018 show many people were trying to stay up-to-date and learn about the major weather disasters of the year.
This photo, taken on November 8th, was shot in the Sun's atmosphere by the Parker Solar Probe. NASA says this photo was taken about 16.9 million miles from the Sun's surface. It's the first photo of its kind.
Prior to one of the busiest travel days of the year, strong to, at times, damaging winds will whip through the Front Range of the Rockies and High Plains at midweek.
Why is the connection between snow and Christmas so strong? Experts say it’s because songs, stories and images come back year after year and have created the tradition of an idealized white Christmas holiday.
A stormy weather pattern is expected to persist across much of Europe through the Christmas holiday.