Weather Articles

Potential Storm Off the East Coast Could Follow Early-Week System Moving Through Southern Tier of U.S.

By Linda Lam
January 27, 2020

After an early-week system sweeps through the southern tier, we'll watch this weekend for a potential storm system off the East Coast.

Pacific Storm Parade, Atmospheric River Could Bring Flooding, Landslides, Feet of Cascades Snow in Washington, Oregon

By Jonathan Erdman
January 27, 2020

It could be some time before the Pacific Northwest sees much sun again.

Satellite Images Show Industrial-Effect Snow in Hungary

By Chris Dolce
January 26, 2020

Snowfall from industrial plants in Hungary can be seen in satellite images from last week.

Brazil Flooding and Landslides Kill At Least 30 People After Record Rainfall

January 26, 2020

Record rainfall in southeast Brazil has caused disastrous flooding and landslides.

Snow, Ice and Rain Will Spread From Midwest to the East Through This Weekend

By Chris Dolce
January 24, 2020

This is not a crippling storm, but it could create travel headaches through this weekend.

Planet Had 40 Billion-Dollar Weather Disasters in 2019, the Fourth-Most on Record

By Brian Donegan
January 23, 2020

Typhoon Hagibis in Japan and summer monsoon floods in China were the costliest weather disasters last year.

Lake Erie Ice Cover Nearly a Record Low for Late January

By Chris Dolce
January 23, 2020

Only two other years since 1973 have had a lower amount of ice coverage on Jan. 23.

January Expected to Wrap Up With Another Round of Widespread Mild Temperatures

By Brian Donegan
January 23, 2020

A thawed January has returned.

January's Mild Temperatures Gave Spring a False Start in Parts of the South

By Jonathan Belles
January 22, 2020

Spring had already developed in parts of the South, but will the recent freeze stall the new season?

Oregon Tornado Tuesday Was State's First in January in 22 Years

By Jonathan Erdman
January 22, 2020

It's not every day you see a severe weather reports map like we saw Tuesday.

Alaska's Shishaldin Volcano Eruption Stained Snow Cover

By Chris Dolce
January 22, 2020

A volcanic eruption in Alaska last weekend darkened a large area of nearby snowpack.

Iguanas Fall From Trees in South Florida as Temperatures Drop

By Jan Wesner Childs
January 22, 2020

Iguanas could become immobile because of the cold weather.

Here's the Reason Much of the South and East Have Been Robbed of Snow This Winter

By Brian Donegan
January 21, 2020

We've yet to have a major Northeast snowstorm this winter, and the persistent storm track is to blame.

Think It's Cold? Here's How Cold It Can Get in The Coldest Time of the Year

By Chris Dolce and Jonathan Erdman
January 21, 2020

In most areas, it's currently the coldest time of year, but that doesn't always ring true.

Snowfall, Nature's Ear Plug, Makes It Quieter Outside

By Brian Donegan
January 20, 2020

You're not imagining it; there's a scientific reason why it sounds quieter than usual during and after a snowfall.

Winter Storm Spreading Snow and Ice Through the Northeast

By Chris Dolce
January 19, 2020

The very latest storm reports and forecast for this weekend travel headache.

3 Things We're Watching in the Weather in the Week Ahead

By Jonathan Erdman
January 18, 2020

Here's what caught our eye heading into the third full week of January.

Avalanche Hits California Ski Resort Near Lake Tahoe; 1 Killed, 1 Injured

By Sean Breslin
January 18, 2020

Two people were caught up in an avalanche at Alpine Meadows ski area.

Crippling Newfoundland, Canada, Blizzard From Bomb Cyclone Smashes All-Time Daily Snow Record

By Jonathan Erdman
January 18, 2020

This was no ordinary storm, even by Atlantic Canada winter standards.

Colder Weather Pattern Returns East of the Rockies as Second Half of January Begins

By Chris Dolce
January 17, 2020

It's been a mild January so far, but a change to a colder weather pattern is on the way east of the Rockies.

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