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Jacob Wycoff has an updated weather forecast.
The 'phantom' Tulare Lake returns
A storm system that was evolving into a bomb cyclone will bring flooding rain, powerful winds and heavy snow to much of California this week.
KCRA 3 Weather meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn looks at when the next storm will arrive in Northern California and how long it will last. When to expect the strongest winds and heaviest rain.
Another atmospheric river storm is taking aim at California on Monday with high winds, flooding rain and heavy mountain snow expected to slam the Golden State, which hasn’t seen much of the sun this winter and early spring.
Another storm is coming to Southern California late Tuesday night and it could bring about half an inch of rain and maybe close to a foot of snow in the mountains.
Another strong storm is headed for the Bay Area. Anywhere from an inch of rain to three inches of rain is expected to fall. A wind advisory will go into effect late Monday night.
How much snow fell over the last 24 hours? Check out totals from across Wisconsin after a late March snowstorm moved through the state over the weekend.
It’s another atmospheric river, meteorologists say.
The "storm train" will keep on rolling into California this week, as another area of low pressure will pummel the state with more flooding downpours, damaging winds and heavy snow, according to AccuWeather forecasters. The storm is the latest in a series of harsh winter storms that have impacted the Golden State over the last several weeks and months. The most recent one turned deadly last week, was classified as a 'bomb cyclone' and even spawned tornadoes near Los Angeles. Perhaps the biggest t
March won't be going out like a lamb this year, as another multiday severe weather threat looms for the Plains, Midwest and South in the month's final days, less than a week after Friday's deadly tornadoes that tore across Mississippi and Alabama.
Another drought will emerge soon enough in California. But right now, the biggest threat this spring is flooding.
On this day in weather history, North America's most powerful earthquake shook Alaska.
A low-pressure system coming from the Gulf of Alaska is set to bring more rain across Northern California early this week.
Images from NOAA and the University of South Florida shows the breadth of a sargassum seaweed belt that stretches from West Africa to the coast of Florida.
A tiger reportedly escaped from the Pine Mountain Animal Safari in Troup County, Georgia, after a tornado ripped through the area early Sunday, authorities said.
Cool temperatures, rainy skies and mountain snow remain in the forecast, particularly Monday and Tuesday, and then toward the end of the week.
An EF4 tornado tore through the western Mississippi town of Rolling Fork on Friday night, causing total destruction as it ripped through the small, tight-knit community. The outbreak of storms left 21 dead across Mississippi, and communities face a lengthy road to recovery. The images from the ground and drone footage taken in the tornado's aftermath have revealed startling damage as the twister laid waste to homes and businesses. Neighborhoods were flattened. A truck was tossed on top of a buil
The winds, which may trigger auroras, will likely reach our planet on Friday or Saturday, Daniel Verscharen from University College London said.
Robin Kodner, associate professor of environmental science at Western Washington University, is studying the pink snow.
“This single chick will be one well cared-for eaglet.”