Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer, will be tranquil and dry across much of the United States; however, there will be some areas of stormy weather to watch.
Unusually strong Santa Ana winds, extremely low relative humidity and 90-degree warmth have contributed to the growth of the Springs Fire burning in Ventura County, Calif.
The latest snowstorm to impact the Plains early this week appears to be the caboose of the storm train with the weather pattern expected to ease.
An April blizzard, severe storms and wild temperature swings were all caused by a dynamic storm in the Plains.
A major storm may come together to bring wind-whipped snow to the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region early next week, while severe storms could ignite on the southern edge.
Heavy lake-effect snow will develop on Sunday as bitterly cold, howling winds whip across the unfrozen Great Lakes.
In the midst of a widespread and deadly flu epidemic, millions of people in the U.S. are suffering from indoor allergies.
The storm is unleashing high winds and a chilly rain with coastal flooding a serious concern and snow is expected to accumulate along Interstate 95.
While the week is starting out on a cooler and unsettled note, much warmer weather is on tap for London by late-week.
Sakurajima Volcano, located on Kagoshima Bay in Kyushu, the southwestern island of Japan, has been erupting for at least a week.
A very concentrated area of Saharan Dust has traveled all the way from Africa and is now heading toward Florida.
From millions of trees being knocked down, trapping thousands of hikers and canoers, to the world's most rain in one minute being set, the U.S. has had its fair share of extreme weather on July 4th.
he extreme weather, including a near-record number of tornadoes, in 2011 forced the debate of the impact of climate change on severe weather to resurface.