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Tropical Storm Barry is expected to make landfall tomorrow morning as a hurricane. Here’s where the storm’s path is heading.
Tropical Storm Barry is headed toward Louisiana. It's expected to make landfall tomorrow morning, then head north toward Arkansas and beyond.
Hurricane Florence could hit parts of North Carolina with up to 13 feet of storm surge and 40 inches of rain — here’s what that much water...
Hurricane Florence is hurtling toward the US, bringing with it potentially catastrophic conditions. Parts of the coastal Carolinas could see up to 13 feet of storm surge. Up to 40 inches of rain is also expected to pound certain parts of coastal North Carolina.
When you're anticipating big storms like Hurricane Florence, it's natural to want to know exactly where that storm could have an impact. But the "spaghetti models" that you might find shouldn't be used as forecasts, especially if you don't know what you're looking at.
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An unusual weather pattern explains why there’s been so much snow already – and that could continue all winter
A La Niña weather pattern is shaking up winter forecasts across the US. High snow totals are expected in the Rocky Mountains and across northern states.
Thanksgiving forecasts suggest bitter cold, rain, and ‘lake-effect’ snow in much of the US — making travel delays likely
The East Coast will get a shot of cold air, and the Great Lakes could be in for a white holiday.
The forecast means some regions of the US are likely to be warmer than usual this winter, but not everyone is in for a mild one.
The 2018 hurricane season begins in less than a week, and early forecasts predict more storms than average — again
Forecasts for the 2018 hurricane season project slightly more storms than average — similar to last year's predictions. Several forecasts indicate an above-average likelihood that a major hurricane will make landfall in the Caribbean, the Gulf Coast, or the East Coast.
Maps show a host of different potential paths — known as spaghetti plots — for Hurricane Irma. Here's what models can tell us about where the storm is going.
A rare March blizzard is expected to dump more than a foot of snow across New York, New Jersey, and New England on Tuesday.