Rain pummeling parts of the East Coast showed little sign of slackening Saturday. Fortunately, Hurricane Joaquin will not hit the U.S.
Millions along the East Coast breathed a little easier Friday after forecasters said Hurricane Joaquin would probably veer out to sea.
Live weather map animation shows Hurricane Joaquin’s path in the Atlantic Ocean.
Forecasters warned that the “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm could grow even stronger.
Forecast maps show the storm passing the Bahamas and then making its way toward the U.S.
The National Weather Service in Wichita says the month of September was the fifth warmest on record.
Hurricane Joaquin gained power as it bore down on the central Bahamas early Thursday.
Hurricane Joaquin grew into a category 3 storm late Wednesday as it approached the central islands of the Bahamas.
The Hurricane Center forecast showed the storm could near the U.S. East Coast above North Carolina next week.
Get ready for a rare double feature this weekend, starring our very own moon.
The city of Joplin is planning a series of events in May to commemorate the five-year anniversary of the tornado.
The NOAA announced this past summer and the first eight months of 2015 all smashed global records for heat.
Emergency planners still have to be prepared in case Mother Nature has other ideas.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center first issued a more serious tsunami watch for Hawaii shortly after Wednesday’s magnitude 8.4 earthquake.
The floods came after heavy rains fell in the canyons just north of the towns, sending waves of water barreling through the streets.