Hurricane Ian's unique journey from the Caribbean to landfall and the devastating impacts it produced
Back in 1816, there was New England snow in June and frosts as far south as Cape May, even river ice in northern PA in July! What caused this?
Fall is here, and so is the outlook for foliage! How does the summer drought affect the colors?
Fiona's Long Journey & Recap...Plus Our Next System In The Caribbean
Dry weather continues to grip the region through much of the weekend.. though a stray shower can't be ruled out later in the day Sunday. Take a look at the details here!
Here's your look at the week ahead!
Some rain is on the horizon this weekend for the Northeast. Check out the forecast right here...
Although there were some heavy rain events, most areas ended near normal.
A warm and quiet start to the Labor Day Weekend gives way to a shower and storm risk Sunday evening into Monday.. get the details here !!
Isolated heavy rainfall was not enough to overcome the Northeast drought.
Heat arrives with sporadic areas of heavy rain and flooding dotting the Midwest.
Hot and humid weather arrived in July and while heavy rainfalls occurred south, drought worsened north.