Sep 17, 2012 — After a mild winter and a late-April freeze, Michigan's apple harvest was decimated. Less fruit means fewer picking jobs. It also means little to no income from apples in storage that growers rely on to get them through to next year's harvest.
May 20, 2013 — From Texas to the upper Great Lakes, forecasters are warning that the weather will be rough Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Tornadoes are possible in the Plains States. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms — some with hail — are likely. One man was killed in Oklahoma Sunday when a tornado came through.
May 16, 2013 — A series of twisters roared through North Texas on Wednesday night. In Granbury, about 35 miles from Fort Worth, neighborhoods were devastated. The search continues for victims.
Apr 11, 2013 — There have been tornadoes in Missouri and Arkansas. More severe storms are expected in parts of the southern mid-Atlantic and Southeast. Meanwhile, Minnesota and other places in the upper Midwest are bracing for another foot of snow. Where's spring?
Feb 26, 2013 — Still digging out from one major winter storm, parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri are in the path of another.
Oct 30, 2012 — The power is out for 20 percent of the people in West Virginia, but in Fayetteville, which overlooks the New River Gorge, residents are taking the early snows in stride.
Oct 30, 2012 — The mid-Atlantic region is no stranger to hurricanes, but as Sandy made its way north and onto land, it collided with cold winter weather, wrapping frigid air into its spinning mass.
Jul 27, 2012 — It didn't leave behind as much destruction or as many downed power lines as the storm that rolled over states from the Midwest through the Mid-Atlantic on June 30, but some news outlets are saying the summer's second derecho struck on Thursday.
Jul 17, 2012 — "Moderate to extreme" drought conditions already exist in about 55 percent of the continental U.S. No relief is in sight. There are warnings this could be one of the 10-most expensive weather disasters in U.S. history.
Jul 2, 2012 — Fifty-three of the state's 55 counties lost power after the weekend storms. In the southeastern corner of West Virginia, locals were having to make do without electricity, fuel or, in some cases, a working bathroom. Cleanup was especially intense at the famed Greenbrier Resort, which is hosting a PGA tournament this week.