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. In Oklahoma, two people have died from storm-related injuries.
Apr 22, 2013 — Sandbags have held back the cresting Mississippi River north of St. Louis. But from the Dakotas and Minnesota on south, there's growing concern about this spring's floods.
Apr 15, 2013 — Even though temperatures were less than normal late in the season, winter 2012-13 was still on the warm side.
Mar 29, 2013 — It's one of the biggest storms some forecasters have ever seen. Satellite images show it extends from Newfoundland to Portugal, and down into the Caribbean. Fortunately, it's expected to weaken before getting to western Europe next week.
Feb 20, 2013 — The storm moving out of California, could stretch from Oklahoma to the Ohio Valley.
Jan 8, 2013 — Across the nation, the average temperature last year was 55.3 degrees. That's 3.2 degrees above the average of the previous century and 1 degree above the previous record, set in 1998.
Dec 26, 2012 — Twisters touched down across the Southeast. Heavy snow and rains toppled trees and power lines. At least six deaths are being attributed to the massive system's effects. Now, it's hitting the Northeast. Hundreds of flights have been canceled. Drivers are being warned to stay off many roads.
Dec 20, 2012 — Heavy snow and strong winds are making travel tough from Iowa into Minnesota and Wisconsin. As the storm moves east, it's expected to bring rain and lake-effect snow to parts of the East.
Oct 31, 2012 — For many in New York City, New Jersey and other places hit hard by the superstorm, there's nothing to do but wait — for power, for transit service, for things to get better. They'll be waiting for days, officials warn.
Oct 29, 2012 — Do not disregard the warnings, officials say. Sandy's rains are falling on the Mid-Atlantic and as the storm's winds follow there will be dangerous conditions from Virginia to the Northeast. From now into Wednesday, Sandy will be drenching areas where millions live.