Weather Articles

Tropical Depression Imelda Drenching the Upper Texas Coast; Poses Dangerous Flooding Risk

By weather.com meteorologists
September 18, 2019

There's a serious threat of flooding for eastern Texas the next few days.

Tropical Storm Jerry Is Strengthening and Expected to Become a Hurricane in the Atlantic; Tropical Storm Watches Issued

By weather.com meteorologists
September 18, 2019

Jerry is forecast to track near or just north of the Leeward Islands by Friday.

Tropical Storm Lorena to Become a Hurricane Near Southwestern Mexico Coast; Poses Dangerous Flash Flood Threat

By Brian Donegan
September 18, 2019

Southwestern Mexico should keep a close eye on this latest system in the Eastern Pacific.

Flooding Hits Parts of Texas as Imelda Moves Inland

By Sean Breslin and Jan Wesner Childs
September 18, 2019

Here's how Imelda is impacting Texas.

Iowa Braces for Another Round of Flooding as Missouri River Rises

By Jan Wesner Childs
September 18, 2019

Residents and officials in Iowa are preparing for yet another round of flooding.

First Day of Fall Will Feel Like Summer From South to the East Coast; Warm Pattern May Continue into October

By Chris Dolce
September 18, 2019

Fall's arrival will feel more like summer in the South and along the East Coast.

Hurricane Humberto Raking Bermuda With Wind and Rain as High Surf and Rip Currents Continue Along Southeast U.S. Coast

By weather.com meteorologists
September 18, 2019

It's delivering a blast of wind and rain to Bermuda but will spare the Canadian Maritimes this time.

Six Named Storms at Once in Atlantic and Eastern Pacific Basins Ties Modern Record

By Jonathan Erdman
September 18, 2019

This is impressive, even by September standards.

Imelda Escalated Quickly Tuesday and It's Not the First Time This Has Happened in the Tropics

By Linda Lam
September 18, 2019

Imelda developed, strengthened and made landfall in a very short period of time, but is that rare?

Tropical Depression Imelda Closes Schools in Galveston; Houston Prepares for Possible Flooding

By Sean Breslin
September 18, 2019

Here's how Southeast Texas is getting ready for the region's latest flood threat.

The Top Cause of Weather Fatalities in Your Area May Surprise You

By Brian Donegan
September 17, 2019

Do you know what type of weather causes the most fatalities in your area?

Tropical Depression Ten Forms in the Central Atlantic; Forecast to Become a Hurricane

By weather.com meteorologists
September 17, 2019

We'll be keeping an eye on Tropical Depression Ten in the Atlantic this week. Here's what we know right now.

Tropical Depression Eleven Forms Near Texas Coast, Poses Flooding Risk

By weather.com meteorologists
September 17, 2019

There's a serious threat of flooding for the upper Texas coast the next few days.

Gulf of Mexico Tropical Disturbance Brings Flood Threat to Texas, Including Houston

By weather.com meteorologists
September 17, 2019

There's a serious threat of flooding for the upper Texas coast the next few days, even if tropical development doesn't occur.

Is Houston the Nation's Flood Capital?

By Jonathan Erdman
September 17, 2019

One of our nation's largest cities is the arguably the U.S. flood leader.

Invest 97L Likely to Develop Into the Next Atlantic Tropical Depression This Week

By Brian Donegan
September 17, 2019

We'll be keeping an eye on Invest 97L in the Atlantic this week. Here's what we know right now.

Gulf of Mexico Tropical Disturbance to Bring Needed Rain to Parts of Texas, But Also a Flood Threat

By Linda Lam
September 17, 2019

It probably won't develop, but its rain could be too much of a good thing.

Snow Falls in Sierra as Strong Winds Cause Damage in Reno

By Associated Press
September 16, 2019

An early-season snowfall was reported in the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada on Monday.

Amazing Clouds Resembling Stacked Plates Formed Over Mount Washington, New Hampshire, on Sunday. Here’s What They Are

By Brian Donegan
September 16, 2019

If you don't spend much time in the mountains, you have probably never seen this type of cloud.

It’s Been One of the Most Miserable Starts to September in Parts of the South and Midwest

By Chris Dolce
September 16, 2019

The South has not seen any glimpses of fall-like temperatures and portions of the Midwest have been soaked.

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