New This Winter, Snow Squall Warnings Issued By The Weather ServiceThe concept is similar to a severe thunderstorm warning or a flash flood warning issued during the spring and summer.
Meteorologists Embedded With Firefighters; Both Hope For RainInside a yurt set up inside the Jackson County fairgrounds arena, meteorologist Shawn Jacobs works to provide firefighters with life-saving forecast information.
UPDATES: Hurricane Florence Slamming North Carolina CoastNorth Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says Florence is "wreaking havoc" in parts of his state and he's concerned "whole communities" could be wiped away.
Hurricane Florence Slows Down; Downgraded To Category 2Hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a Category 2 storm but it is still considered an extremely dangerous and life-threatening storm.
83-Foot Wave Recorded By Satellite Monitoring Hurricane FlorenceA National Weather Service satellite monitoring Hurricane Florence has recorded a wave reaching 83 feet in the storm churning in the Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward East CoastFlorence is forecast to be "an extremely dangerous major hurricane when it nears the U.S. coast late Thursday and Friday," the National Hurricane Center said.
Smoke From California Wildfires Can Now Be Seen In Ohio, Experts SayAccording to the U.S. National Weather Service, smoke from the California wildfires is now affecting the skies high over states like Ohio.
Burn Scar Flooding Threat Prompts Community To Become Weather SpottersResidents around the Lake Christine Fire near Basalt are pitching in to help emergency personnel and meteorologists continue to keep the community safe from continued threats.
Lynchburg, Virginia Could Be Under 17 Feet Of Water In 7 Minutes If Dam FailsThe Lynchburg Water Resources Department reported that 4 to 6 inches of rain Thursday evening caused the College Lake Dam to fill beyond its capacity.
Temporary Doppler Fills 'Radar Hole' Near 416 Fire In ColoradoMeteorologists have a new tool this summer for tracking monsoon showers and thunderstorms in southwest Colorado.
NWS: Record High Temperature Tied In DenverDenver's high temperature for June 6, 2018 has tied the high set back for this day in 1946.