Although it looked like something out of an alien-invasion movie, the National Weather Service says it was just an unusual cloud.
Planning your Thanksgiving travel — or your post-turkey hike? Midwest Chief Meteorologist Matt Holiner shares what to expect from the holiday weekend weather.
Heavy rain that fell over the weekend in central and northern parts of California was associated with a phenomenon called an “atmospheric river.”
Temperatures will warm back up slightly today, following the first official day of fall on Wednesday.
As strong winds sweep across the Great Plains on Monday, much of the central U.S. from the Canadian border to northern Texas will be at high risk of fast-moving grass fires.
The cold front pushing through the region brought record low temperatures with it, according to the National Weather Service.
Today is the last warm day before a cold front moves into the Council Bluffs-Omaha area on Monday.
Temperatures are expected to be warmer than usual through Sunday, but — starting Monday — temps will begin to drop with a cold front moving in…
A cold front this weekend is expected to blast away the scorching temperatures as of late.
So much for warm, sunny days as temps will drop over the next few days and into the weekend.
Button ’em up folks, it’s cold out there.
There’s a chance of snow and drizzle today before warmer temperatures arrive Saturday and Sunday.