Weather Articles

Winter Storm Nadia Shuts Down Highways, Triggers Crashes in Missouri; 1 Dead

By Ron Brackett and Pam Wright
February 15, 2019

Here's the latest as Winter Storm Nadia pushes into the Plains.

Winter Storm Nadia Is Tracking Eastward Into the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic After Bringing Feet of Snow to the West

By Chris Dolce
February 15, 2019

Nadia will take aim at the Midwest and mid-Atlantic into the first half of the weekend with snow, sleet and freezing rain.

‘Battleground’ Weather Pattern Has Been in Place the First Half of February and It's Likely to Continue

By Chris Dolce
February 15, 2019

The weather pattern in the second half of February is likely to bring more cold to the West and northern Plains while parts of the Southeast remain mild.

Flood Threat Returns to the South With Multiple Rounds of Rain Likely to Soak the Region Through Next Week

By Chris Dolce
February 15, 2019

Heavy rain has soaked the South since late-fall, and more is on the way through next week, raising flooding fears.

California Rain Eases but Threat of Mudslides Remains; 2 Deaths Linked to Storm

By Pam Wright
February 15, 2019

A prolific rain event in California triggered mudslides, flooded roads and more. Here's the latest.

Active Pattern Will Bring Chances for More Snow Into Next Week

By Linda Lam
February 15, 2019

Several rounds of snow are ahead from the West into the Plains, Midwest and Northeast through next week.

Spring 2019 Temperature Outlook: Warm North and East, Chilly South and West

By Brian Donegan
February 15, 2019

Here's the latest three-month outlook from The Weather Company, an IBM Business.

Southwest Rain From Atmospheric River Event Brings Threat of Flooding, Mudslides

By Linda Lam
February 14, 2019

Rounds of rain will bring the threat of flooding, mudslides and debris flows this week to parts of California.

Hawaii Storm Might Have Set the State's All-Time Record Low; Snow Fell on Maui, Too

By Jonathan Erdman
February 14, 2019

The powerhouse storm this past weekend might have set a few notable records in our 50th state.

El Niño, Though Weak, Has Developed and Will Likely Last Through Spring 2019

By Linda Lam
February 14, 2019

El Niño has arrived and is expected to last through spring.

Winter Storm Nadia: Snow Shuts Down Redding, California; More Than 100K Without Power

By Ron Brackett
February 14, 2019

Here's the latest as Winter Storm Nadia pounds the West.

FEMA Administrator Brock Long Says He's Stepping Down

By Sean Breslin
February 13, 2019

Brock Long has served as the head of FEMA during one of the most tumultuous stretches of extreme weather in recent memory.

Winter Storm Maya: Northeast, New England Schools Remain Closed; Snowy Crash Kills One

By Ron Brackett
February 13, 2019

Here are the latest impacts from Winter Storm Maya.

East, Midwest Spring Flooding May Be More Widespread This Year Due, in Part, to What Happened Last Year

By Jonathan Erdman
February 13, 2019

While we're not yet done with winter, there are some signs that flooding during the spring snowmelt may be a particular problem this year.

FEMA Administrator Brock Long Says He's Stepping Down

By Sean Breslin
February 13, 2019

Brock Long has served as the head of FEMA during one of the most tumultuous stretches of extreme weather in recent memory.

Is It Getting Too Late for a Strong Nor'easter?

By Brian Donegan
February 13, 2019

Time is running out, but last year's four nor'easters in March prove it isn't too late.

Winter Storm Maya Will Bring Additional Snow to Parts of the Northeast Wednesday

By weather.com meteorologists
February 13, 2019

Winter Storm Maya is another cross-country mess of snow and ice that will continue into Wednesday in the Northeast.

It's Already One of the Snowiest Februaries on Record in Parts of the West and Midwest

By Chris Dolce
February 13, 2019

Four winter storms have spread across the West and Midwest already this month, propelling some locations to one of their snowiest Februaries on record.

Illinois and Hawaii May Have Set All-Time Cold Records in the Past Two Weeks

By Linda Lam
February 12, 2019

Illinois and Hawaii may have just set new all-time cold records. Here's a rundown of how cold some states can get.

Flood Threat Returns to South, Ohio Valley Early This Week

By Linda Lam
February 12, 2019

More wet weather is ahead for the South and Ohio Valley, which may lead to more flooding.

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