Weather Articles

New Weather Pattern Later This Week Means Big Changes Across the United States

By Chris Dolce
July 15, 2018

The nation will be divided when it comes to weather conditions later this week.

What to Know About This Week's Weather Across the U.S.

By Linda Lam
July 15, 2018

A pattern change will bring numerous changes in the week ahead.

Subtropical Storm Beryl to Dissipate as it Tracks Away From the U.S.

By The weather.com Digital Meteorology Team
July 15, 2018

Beryl got a second life in the northern Atlantic, but it won't be around much longer.

Pattern Change Coming: Hottest Time of the Year May Not Be Hot in the Midwest and East

By Chris Dolce
July 15, 2018

Mid-July may not be sweltering in parts of the Midwest and East.

Madden-Julian Oscillation: A Factor in Hurricane Season Forecasting You May Not Have Heard of Before

By Brian Donegan
July 13, 2018

The Madden-Julian Oscillation may not be well known, but it's an important factor during the hurricane season.

Memphis Radar Captures Mesmerizing Loop of Thunderstorms and a Circular Outflow Boundary Resembling a Jellyfish

By Jonathan Erdman
July 13, 2018

These summer thunderstorms were far from ordinary for meteorologists and weather geeks.

Massive Glacial Flood Led to Ancient 200-Year Cold Snap on Earth, Study Says

By Pam Wright
July 13, 2018

The study's findings paint a foreboding picture for Earth today.

Two Weeks After It Snowed, Parts of Newfoundland Will Be Impacted by Former Hurricane Chris

By Brian Donegan
July 12, 2018

Newfoundland, Canada, has transitioned from winter to summer in just two weeks.

Rare Sight: Lone Cumulonimbus Cloud Hovers Over Galveston, Texas

By Brian Donegan
July 12, 2018

The cloud was unique as it was by itself among otherwise clear skies.

What You Use For Cooking Oil Can Be Seen on Satellite

By Brian Donegan
July 12, 2018

The speckling of yellow blossomed quickly in the past month.

Even Death Valley, One of the World's Hottest and Driest Places, Can Have a Flash Flood

By Linda Lam
July 12, 2018

The home of the world record for hottest surface air temperature experienced flash flooding Wednesday.

Japan Flooding Death Toll Rises to 200 While More Than 7,000 Remain in Shelters

July 12, 2018

Crews continue to search for dozens of missing after flooding inundated entire towns. Now heat is a concern.

Smoke From Siberian Wildfires Invades Northeastern U.S.

By Brian Donegan
July 12, 2018

Siberian wildfire smoke traveled over 4,000 miles.

July Is the Warmest Time of the Year for Much of the U.S.

July 12, 2018

What time of year is typically the warmest where you live? A map from NOAA answers that question.

Tropical Storm Chris, a U.S. East Coast Rip Current, High Surf Threat, Will Brush Newfoundland Today as a Post-Tropical Cyclone

By the weather.com Digital Meteorology Team
July 12, 2018

Its six-day saga comes to an end today.

Hurricane Chris Has Left a Mark in the Atlantic: Cooler Water

By Linda Lam
July 11, 2018

Hurricanes can bring changes in the ocean.

Northeast Montana Town Raked By Severe Thunderstorms Three Times in 24 Hours

By Jonathan Erdman
July 11, 2018

Talk about unlucky, this town has severe weather fatigue.

North Dakota Tornado Kills Newborn, Injures Dozens

By Eric Zerkel
July 11, 2018

An EF2 tornado leveled an RV Park in North Dakota, killing a newborn and injuring dozens.

'Never Seen Anything Like This': 176 Dead in Japan Floods, Mudslides

July 11, 2018

Torrential downpours and flooding slammed southwestern Japan for days, killing 176 people .

Typhoon Maria Makes Landfall in Eastern China After Raking Japan's Southern Ryukyu Islands; Typhoon Warnings for Northwestern Taiwan, Eastern China

By Jonathan Belles
July 11, 2018

Typhoon Maria made landfall as a Category 2 equivalent system.

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