A State of emergency has been declared in Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and West Virginia, as weather forecasters predict more thunderstorms and high temperatures reaching triple digits in the next few days days. Violent storms that tore through the eastern United States late Friday have left more »
Many people in the U.S. are being urged to seek shelter Sunday as a historic heat wave continues. Many of these people are still recovering from power outage during last week's storms. The extreme heat covers twenty states and 100 million Americans. Sunday, the National Weather Service said much more »
Extreme rainfall from Tropical Storm Debby virtually wiped out long-standing drought across Florida, but continued dry weather across the rest of the contiguous U.S. led to the most widespread area of abnormal dryness in the 12-year history of the U.S. Drought Monitor report. Tropical Storm Debby more »
A late-June heat wave continues in the Rockies and Plains as the temperatures soars past the 100 degree mark. Thursday, Ft. Wayne, Indiana tied its all-time high record from 1988. Monthly records were also tied or broken from Ohio to Arkansas. In Indianapolis, it was the hottest single day more »
Heat advisory remain in effect until Wednesday for North East Texas where temperatures are expected to reach 106 degrees. An excessive heat watch will remain until Thursday evening where the heat index values may raise to or exceed 110 degrees by the middle of next week. National Weather Services advises more »
A Heat Advisory has been issued for all of North and East Texas for heat indices over 105 degrees. Take precautions and stay hydrated.