Residents across the East are about to experience a burst of out-of-season warmth that will make it feel more like late August or early September.
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AccuWeather forecasters are warning that a "firehose effect" could unfold and produce 1-2 inches of rain per hour for several areas from Wednesday to Thursday.
Heavy thunderstorms roared through New York state, New Jersey and Pennsylvania Sunday and Monday night, and AccuWeather forecasters expect additional rounds of severe weather to rumble through the Northeast this week. The most dangerous and widespread severe weather will erupt Wednesday.
(The Center Square) – Flash flood watches and warnings are in effect for eight western states that have been battling wildfires over the last several months. After experiencing drought and needing rain, they are expecting monsoon type rains coming from the Southwest, which could turn into mudslides.
Alliant Energy has clarified the trajectory of the outage spike Oelwein customers experienced during Wednesday evening’s EF 0 tornado and rela…
Wednesday into Wednesday night brings the potential for severe weather across much of Iowa, particularly for the north central and northeast areas of the state.