Severe weather passed through parts of Texas on Tuesday, March 8, 2016.
Four straight days of rain have replenished several key reservoirs in drought-stricken California.
More than 120 flights have been canceled at Chicago Midway International Airport due to low visibility and rain.
Widespread flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi has damaged thousands of homes.
Twenty-six years ago on March 13th the town of Hesston, Kansas suffered a devastating tornado.
Officials and residents in Louisiana and Mississippi were keeping an eye on rising river waters.
A second round of rain early Thursday was hitting an already inundated north Louisiana.
Two people have drowned in Oklahoma and Texas, and the rain is expected to stay in the forecast for much of the week.
Storms led to a school bus rescue, property damage from suspected tornadoes and the death of a boater .
A grass fire started by a vehicle accident that spread into woods northeast of Oklahoma City has been extinguished.
Thunder crashed and lightning struck as powerful thunderstorms moved swiftly through California Monday.
Waves of rain fell on California late Friday in a prelude to a powerful storm system.
Researchers say they’ve come up with a way to predict the likelihood of tornadoes two or three weeks in advance.
Wichita Fire Department officials said local burn restrictions will remain in effect until Monday, March 7.
An emergency official says at least four people are injured after a possible tornado left a trail of damage southwest of Birmingham.