National / World Weather News





03/25/2017 04:02 PM
More severe weather to strike south-central US Sunday into Monday
The severe weather danger, including tornadoes, will quickly ramp back up across the south-central United States late on Sunday into Monday.


03/25/2017 11:16 AM
Rare March tropical system may brew in the Atlantic early next week
An area of disturbed weather north of Hispaniola is being monitored for potential tropical development early next week.


03/24/2017 05:08 PM
Will topsy-turvy temperatures trends persist into April across northeastern US?
Following mild weather during January and February, winter came back with a vengeance with plummeting temperatures in March. Will that trend continue into April?


03/24/2017 03:59 PM
Oroville Dam crisis spurs debate on California's aging water infrastructure
Scientists and environmental groups contend that supplementing California's "gray" infrastructure such as dams with floodplains and "green" infrastructure could provide ecological benefits and protect communities from flooding.


03/24/2017 02:45 PM
Weekly wrap-up: Catastrophic flooding persists in Peru; World Meteorological Agency debuts 1st new cloud types in 30 years
Flooding continued to wreak havoc in Peru this week, while severe storms tore across parts of the United States.


03/24/2017 02:05 PM
Windswept snow shuts down parts of I-25, I-70 in Colorado
After a dramatic drop in temperatures, windswept snow has shut down portions of interstates in Colorado on Friday morning.


03/24/2017 09:00 AM
10 vegetables to plant in spring to kickstart your garden
The early spring can make for a good time to jumpstart your spring garden, especially for plants that can withstand lingering shots of cold air.


03/23/2017 03:34 PM
Elevated wildfire risk to grip central US into April as winds howl, drought worsens
The risk of wildfires will continue into April over the southern High Plains as drought prevails.


03/23/2017 02:50 PM
Return of El Nino may suppress Atlantic hurricane season, fuel frequent storms in eastern US next winter
El Niño may make a comeback later this year, impacting the weather across the United States during fall and winter.


03/23/2017 02:28 PM
Freezing temperatures in southern US strike devastating blow to fruit crops
Farmers across the Southeast are working to maintain their fruit harvests after a prolonged freeze left behind major crop damage.