Weather Articles

Pattern Change Finally Brings Fall-Like Conditions in East, Midwest and Record Cold to Rockies, Plains

By Linda Lam
October 15, 2018

Many locations still haven't experienced a fall chill, until now.

Hurricane Michael: Search for Missing Drags On; Trump Views Storm Damage in Florida, Georgia

By Sean Breslin
October 15, 2018

Here's the latest on Michael's devastating impacts in Florida and Georgia.

More Days of Rain Ahead for Texas and Southern Plains, Adding to One of the Wettest Starts to Fall on Record

By Jonathan Erdman
October 15, 2018

Why you won't see much sun in the southern Plains this week.

With Tara and Then Vicente, 2018 Likely to Become Most Active Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season on Record

By Jonathan Erdman and Brian Donegan
October 15, 2018

In one basin, 2018 is pushing toward a season record.

One Killed in Santa Ana Winds; Power Cut to Nearly 87,000 California Homes Before Winds Began

By Jonathan Erdman
October 15, 2018

These aren't related to a storm, but they're dangerous in California.

Southwest France Flash Flood Kills 12

By Associated Press
October 15, 2018

Residents had to be rescued from their roofs as the flooding worsened. Here's what we know so far.

North American Snow Cover Is the Most It's Been in Mid-October in 13 Years

By Chris Dolce
October 15, 2018

There hasn't been this much snow on the ground in middle October in more than a decade.

United Nations Report Says 1.3 Million Killed by Natural Disasters in Last 20 Years as Costs of Climate Disasters Rise Dramatically

By Associated Press
October 15, 2018

A new United Nations report says that climate-related disaster costs are on the rise and that 1.3 million people have died from disasters during this time.

Desperate Hurricane Michael Survivors Ask: When Is Help Coming?

By Ron Brackett
October 15, 2018

Cut off and isolated for days now, storm victims say they've seen no sign of government assistance.

Snow Will Blanket the Rockies and Plains From Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico to Upper Midwest; Season's First for Some

By Jonathan Erdman
October 14, 2018

Winter weather has arrived in parts of the U.S.

Parts of the Northeast Saw Their First Snow of the Season Saturday

By Brian Donegan
October 14, 2018

Those who enjoy winter finally got a taste of it Saturday.

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 18 as Search Continues for Missing

By Pam Wright
October 14, 2018

Here's the latest on Michael's devastating impacts in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic.

Remnants of Sergio Will Enhance Rainfall in Plains, Mid-Mississippi Valley This Weekend

By Jonathan Erdman
October 13, 2018

Sergio's remnants will help enhance rainfall from the Southwest into the Plains.

Michael Was Yet Another Extreme Hurricane in an Extraordinary Stretch Since Harvey

By Jonathan Belles
October 13, 2018

Michael comes on the heels of a very active period of hurricane landfalls in the United States.

November to January 2019 Temperature Outlook: Mild in the North, Chilly in the South

By Brian Donegan
October 13, 2018

A much different temperature regime is expected as we approach the start of winter.

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Jumps to 17; Many Still Missing

By Ron Brackett
October 13, 2018

Here's the latest on Michael's devastating impacts in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic.

Hurricane Michael Recap: Historic Category 4 Florida Panhandle Landfall; Swath of Wind Damage and Flooding Into the Carolinas, Mid-Atlantic

By weather.com meteorologists
October 13, 2018

The full recap on historic Hurricane Michael.

Hurricane Michael Update: Bodies Found on Florida's Mexico Beach; Toll Had Already Reached 13

By Sean Breslin
October 12, 2018

Here's the latest on Michael's devastating impacts in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic.

Over 17 Inches of Snow Fell in North Dakota and It's Only October

By Drew MacFarlane
October 12, 2018

Over 17 inches of snow fell in parts of eastern North Dakota after a snowstorm swept through the area Wednesday, dropping their first significant snowfall of the season.

In Wake of Hurricane Michael, Tales of Survival, Heartbreak Emerge

By Pam Wright
October 12, 2018

Residents of the once-idyllic Mexico Beach resort community are coming to grips with the reality that much of their town is simply gone.

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