On the latest edition, at 4 p.m. Thursday, of "AccuWeather LIVE," we covered hurricane updates, the best places to see this weekend's fall foliage and what makes fall allergies different.
With last weekend's bursts of severe weather flaring up across the nation, Meteorologist Justin Povick gave the forecast and updates on hurricane activity.
As the drought conditions across the nation decrease, Violeta Yas discussed how the drought index is calculated, using the Palmer Scale.
As always, Evan Myers and Bernie Rayno weighed in with "By The Numbers," a look at the drought conditions in the United States. They also answered more viewer questions.
Next, Jim Dickey interviewed Senior Vice President of External Affairs at the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Mike Tringdale. They discussed what makes fall allergies different and how weather can impact them.
To wrap things up, Stef Davis spoke with Blog Editor of Fodors, Nicole Campoy, they discussed the top ten places to see fall foliage this autumn.
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The same storm bringing heavy snow to parts of the Midwest will turn eastward and affect the southern Appalachians and the lower mid-Atlantic coast into Saturday night.
Nora strengthened into a severe tropical cyclone and remains on track to bring dangerous weather to northern Queensland into early next week.
The March for Our Lives and Cherry Blossom Festival will take place this weekend in Washington, D.C., amid dry and seasonably chilly conditions.
Unseasonably cold conditions and heavy snow in parts of the northeastern United States over the past few weeks have led the National Park Service to push back the peak bloom dates for Washington, D.C.’s popular cherry blossoms.
With the long Easter holiday a week away, many across the United Kingdom may be wondering what the weather will be like and how it may impact travel and festivities.
Following several rounds of cold air, this weekend will feature a rebound in temperatures as dry weather dominates across Germany.
Storm Hugo will barrel through the Iberian Peninsula, disrupting travel and creating hazards for residents into the first half of this weekend.
The fourth nor'easter to slam the East Coast in March brought record-breaking snow to parts of Pennsylvania and New York, while a cyclone produced severe flooding and mudslides in Madagascar.