Weather Articles

Heavy Rain Threat From Gulf Coast to Florida Into Memorial Day Weekend Regardless of Tropical or Subtropical Development

By Chris Dolce
May 21, 2018

A Caribbean disturbance could fuel a stormy holiday weekend in parts of the Southeast U.S.

4 Things to Know About This Week's Weather

By Jonathan Erdman
May 21, 2018

Here's what we're watching the week before Memorial Day.

It Has Been 5 Years Since the Last EF5 Tornado Struck the U.S.

By Chris Dolce
May 20, 2018

Nature's most intense tornadoes produce catastrophic damage, but it's been a half-decade since the last EF5 tornado hit the U.S.

Caribbean Moisture Plume Continues Threat of Heavy Rain in the East

May 19, 2018

A rather stagnant, wet pattern will remain in place in the East.

We're Coming Up on the Peak of Activity in Hail Alley

By Jonathan Belles
May 18, 2018

Tornado Alley isn't just home to the most tornadoes – most hail falls there, too.

Catalina Eddy Off California Coast Means 'May Gray' and 'June Gloom' Ahead

By Linda Lam
May 18, 2018

This typically results in "gray May" and "June gloom" for parts of the coastline.

Wildfires Rage in Russia's Far East, Siberia, Torching Massive Swaths of Land

By Sean Breslin
May 18, 2018

Burn scars spanning thousands of acres are easily visible from space.

Northeast Storms Spawn Nine Tornadoes, Kill Five and Knock Out Power to Thousands

By weather.com
May 18, 2018

Here's the latest on the severe storms that rolled through the Northeast on Tuesday.

Near-Average 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected, According to The Weather Company's Updated May Outlook

By Jonathan Belles
May 18, 2018

The Weather Company has released an updated hurricane season outlook for 2018.

Summer 2018 Temperature Outlook: Hotter Than Average Across the West, Near or Cooler Than Average in Parts of Southeast, Midwest

By Linda Lam
May 18, 2018

Find out if a hotter-than-average summer is in store for your region.

Colorado Hail Swath, Not Snow, Was Visible From the Air Days After Monday's Storm

By Jonathan Erdman and Brian Donegan
May 17, 2018

Those who flew over one part of northern Colorado were treated to a fascinating sight.

April 2018 Was Earth's 400th Consecutive Warmer-Than-Average Month and the Third Warmest April on Record

By Chris Dolce
May 17, 2018

Despite the cold weather in the eastern United States, April was the world's third warmest on record.

Earth's Last Colder-Than-Average Month Was December 1984; Here's What Was Happening Then

By Chris Dolce
May 17, 2018

Many things have changed since we saw our last below-average-temperature month on Earth.

What Were Those Apocalyptic Clouds Over New York City Tuesday?

By Brian Donegan
May 16, 2018

Photos shared across social media showed this eerie sight over the Big Apple.

Before-and-After Satellite Images Show Damage Caused By Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

By Chris Dolce
May 16, 2018

Satellite images are providing a new perspective on the damage that Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano has caused.

Two Derechos in Two Days Sweep Through the East

By Jonathan Erdman and Brian Donegan
May 16, 2018

Two separate squall lines of severe thunderstorms each met derecho criteria.

Watches Issued: Widespread Damaging Wind Gusts Wind Down in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic following Monday's Low-End Derecho

By Jonathan Erdman
May 16, 2018

It's day two of active severe weather in the East, this time spreading farther north.

Subtropical or Tropical Development is Possible in Gulf of Mexico, But a Heavy Rain Threat to Florida and the Southeast Regardless

May 15, 2018

The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is trying to get off to another early start.

May 4 New Hampshire Tornado Was One of New England's Longest on Record, NWS Says

By Jonathan Erdman
May 15, 2018

This is a long-track tornado you might see more often in the Plains.

Record 78-Foot Wave Recorded in Southern Hemisphere

By Brian Donegan
May 15, 2018

A massive 78-foot wave was recently measured in the Southern Ocean by a MetOcean buoy.

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