July 12, 2020:
Severe thunderstorm activity has been plentiful across the Plains and Midwest so far this month, and after a brief reprieve from wet weather on Sunday, the region will face the threat for potentially damaging thunderstorms once again early week. In the wake of an active day in terms of severe thunderstorm reports ac...
July 2, 2020:
A severe thunderstorm that blasted through west Texas on Tuesday was so powerful that it caused dozens of cars on a freight train to derail and significant damage throughout the area, according to officials.
June 26, 2020:
A front draped across the Great Lakes back through the central Plains will be the focus for strong to severe thunderstorms today. There’s a greater than average risk of these stronger storms for the Midwest so that means the risk of damaging winds, large hail, some tornadoes and heavy rain for the region.
June 5, 2020:
The latest day of protests of police treatment of African Americans was peaceful again, and some demonstrators outside the White House stayed, even as rain, thunder and lightning pounded the capital.
April 30, 2020:
The Storm Prediction Center's severe weather outlooks are a mainstay of weather forecasts during the spring and summer. Knowing the dangers represented by each category can help you stay safe ahead of severe weather.
April 30, 2020:
A powerful thunderstorm two years ago in Argentina didn't just pelt a city with large hail, it dropped hailstones large enough to potentially set a new world record, according to researchers.
February 10, 2020:
In addition to the ongoing flooding concerns from the Deep South to the Tennessee Valley and mid-Atlantic, severe thunderstorms may also threaten the region on Wednesday. Residents across much of the lower Mississippi River Valley through the Southeast coast have already been on alert following damaging winds and to...