Two tropical storms are swirling along the coasts of North America right now -- one that popped up unexpectedly overnight.
A tropical disturbance approaching the southernmost Caribbean islands is likely to become Tropical Storm Bonnie within the next couple of days, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Severe weather Wednesday night impacted a concert at Nationals Park.
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After some of the best weather around here in weeks this past weekend, summer has officially begun on a quiet but noticeably more humid note.
Jacob Showers and his girlfriend were trail-running in the backcountry when the area began to flood and wash away.
The state is aware of at least 2,000 cattle deaths in the southwest region, but that number could be higher.
Montana National Guard says troops have rescued 87 people from floodwaters.
Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories remained in effect on Wednesday from Michigan to northern Florida.
Park officials say over 10,000 visitors left the nation’s oldest national park after historic flooding tore through the area, washing out bridges and roads.
The combination of heat and humidity could make it feel like 115 degrees in many U.S. locations, forecasters said.
Well-above-average temperatures are expected from the central Rockies across the Plains and into the lower and mid-Mississippi, Tennessee and lower Ohio valleys.
After a hot first couple of days of June, the first full workweek of the month was not so bad. In fact, in the last 10 days, high temperatures have only exceeded 85° twice! Humidity has been relatively low as well. However, that is all about to change starting on Monday.
The tornado touched down northwest of Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday evening before moving into Tipp City.
Heavy rain and storms moved across the D.C. region Wednesday night into Thursday morning bringing flooding to parts of the area and causing a popular Howard County concert venue to cancel a show.
Tropical Storm Alex will continue to move away from the coast with no impact to the US.
As of Friday afternoon, this developing system located less than 400 miles southwest of Fort Myers, Florida, was producing clusters of showers and thunderstorms.
After the hottest end to May in 11 years, we have started off the first day of June on a very similar note.
Hurricane name lists in the Atlantic are reused every six years — but there is one caveat.
Agatha was the strongest hurricane on record to hit the Pacific coast of Mexico in May, the NHC said.