Violent thunderstorms and even tornadoes will continue to threaten the Deep South. The severe weather danger will center on the Southeast and Ohio Valley on Monday.
Sunday started with strong thunderstorms rumbling across eastern Texas and northern Louisiana. Golf ball-sized hail pounded Hudson, Texas, earlier Sunday, the 911 call center reported.
Severe thunderstorms will now continue to increase in coverage across extreme southeastern Texas, Louisiana and southern Mississippi through Sunday evening.
The threat zone will expand across more of Mississippi, Alabama and the far western Florida Panhandle Sunday night.
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A brief, but major change to autumn weather in the southern United States will be accompanied by a dose of heavy rain and thunderstorms into Monday.
While most of the games in week 7 won't deal with inclement weather, fans in a few cities may want to have rain gear.
The dangers to lives and property will already be mounting across Japan on Sunday’s Election Day prior to Lan slamming onshore at night.
While cleanup and power restoration continues after Ophelia, Storm Brian will deal the British Isles another blow with strong winds and rain into Sunday.
In what has been a very warm October across the Great Lakes and Midwest, a reality check is coming for the first part of the upcoming week.
A change in the weather pattern will bring the return of rain and cool air to the northeastern United States next week, while elevating the risk for travel disruptions.
A continued pattern of above-average warmth this fall will keep heating costs down for consumers as they prepare financially for the approaching holiday season.
Deadly wildfires ravaged Spain and Portugal this week while a potent storm in the Pacific Northwest caused damage near Seattle.