Weather Articles

Japan's All-Time Record High Broken as Kumagaya Hits 106 Degrees

By Associated Press
July 23, 2018

At least seven people died Monday as temperatures soared to all-time record highs in Japan.

More Flash Flooding Likely in the East This Week as Tropical Moisture Fuels Heavy Rainfall

By Chris Dolce
July 23, 2018

July's closing stretch will be wet and muggy in the East.

Record Heat in Plains to Spread Into Southwest as Midwest, East Keep Their Cool This Week

By Jonathan Belles
July 22, 2018

As some sear in record heat, others get a late-July breather.

Survivors Recount Missouri Duck Boat Sinking That Killed 17, Including 9 From Same Family

By weather.com
July 22, 2018

Here's the latest on Thursday's deadly incident.

This is Not What a Late-July Weather Pattern Looks Like in the Eastern States

By Chris Dolce
July 22, 2018

An odd weather pattern has yielded strange results for late July.

Three-Day Mid-Summer Thunderstorm Siege in the Midwest, South Comes to an End (Recap)

By Jonathan Erdman
July 21, 2018

This rather impressive severe saga wraps up Saturday.

Oregon Gov Declares Emergency As Deadly Western Fires Continue to Rage

By Pam Wright and Sean Breslin
July 21, 2018

Officials confirmed one death in a wildfire that has burned more than 70 square miles of land in northern Oregon.

Late-Summer and Early-Fall Temperature Outlook: Remaining Warm in the West, Turning Cooler in the East

By Brian Donegan
July 21, 2018

Will summer's warmth stick around into the fall, or will you need to break out your sweatshirts early?

Tornadoes Strike Several Iowa Towns, Leaving Significant Damage; At Least 17 Injured

By Sean Breslin
July 20, 2018

Powerful tornadoes struck the Midwest on Thursday afternoon, leaving severe damage. Here's what we know.

How Missouri Duck Boat Tragedy Unfolded: Timeline of Weather Watches, Warnings, Reports

By Jonathan Erdman
July 20, 2018

Here's a timeline of weather events surrounding this tragedy.

Death Toll Rises to 17 After Missouri Duck Boat Sinks in Severe Storm

By weather.com
July 20, 2018

Here's the latest on Thursday's deadly incident.

It Only Takes One: Why You Should Be Prepared Every Year For Tornadoes and Hurricanes

By Chris Dolce
July 20, 2018

Here's why you should prepare equally for any weather event.

1 Killed in Oregon as Western Wildfires Rage

By Sean Breslin
July 19, 2018

Officials confirmed one death in a wildfire that has burned more than 70 square miles of land in northern Oregon.

A Thunderstorm Erupted Over L.A. Wednesday and the Social Media Reaction Was Entertaining

By Jonathan Erdman
July 19, 2018

How unusual was this L.A. thunderstorm?

Japan Heat Wave Kills at Least 30 Just Days After Deadly Floods

By Sean Breslin
July 19, 2018

The heat wave impacted some of the same areas where more than 150 people were killed by flooding a week ago.

Sweden Wildfires Most Serious in Recent Times Aggravated By Record-Smashing Heat, Ongoing Drought With No End in Sight

By Jonathan Erdman
July 19, 2018

Months of persistent heat and drought are taking their toll in Scandinavia.

Why Atlantic Tropical Activity Is as Suppressed as It Gets, and Why It Might Wake Up at Month's End

By Jonathan Belles
July 18, 2018

The tropics could be a bit more active toward the end of the month.

Pattern Change This Week Means Big Weather Changes Across the United States

By Chris Dolce
July 18, 2018

The nation will be divided when it comes to weather conditions this week.

Thunderstorms With Heavy Rainfall and Strong Winds Likely to Cause Travel Woes in the Northeast on Tuesday

By Chris Dolce
July 17, 2018

Tuesday afternoon and evening could be a mess for travelers in the Northeast.

Deadly Watford City, North Dakota, Tornado Reveals Holes in U.S. Doppler Radar Coverage

By Chris Dolce
July 17, 2018

Radar coverage in the U.S. is strong overall, but there are some holes.

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