June 13, 2013 A massive storm system moved through the upper Midwest on Wednesday and early Thursday. Now it's bearing down on the Mid-Atlantic. It hasn't been as severe as feared, but is still bringing high winds, hard rain and some hail.
June 4, 2013 A scientist who studies tornadoes says there's still much to be learned about how they form and how to better forecast them. Still, the storm chasing and research communities will be reevaluating their procedures in the wake of three colleagues' deaths.
June 3, 2013 Oklahoma officials put the number of deaths from Friday night's storms at 18 as of Monday evening, with several victims still not identified. The strongest storm Friday tore through El Reno, Okla. Forecasters are warning there could be more severe weather in Oklahoma on Monday and Tuesday.
May 31, 2013 The National Weather Service issues a tornado emergency and reports a twister moving east from El Reno toward the state capital.
May 30, 2013 Another day brings more warnings for the nation's midsection. The National Weather Service says that from Texas up toward the Great Lakes there could be strong storms, hail and possibly tornadoes.
May 29, 2013 The nation's midsection, and parts of the Northeast, are once again bracing for severe weather. There were tornadoes sighted Tuesday in Kansas, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
May 28, 2013 Eight days after a tornado devastated Moore, Okla., spring is still bringing severe storms to much of the nation. Forecasters warn that there could be tornadoes in some sparsely populated parts of Kansas and nearby states. Cities such as Chicago and Omaha could be hit by strong storms, too.
May 20, 2013 From Texas to the upper Great Lakes, forecasters are warning that the weather will be rough Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Tornadoes are possible in the Plains States. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms — some with hail — are likely. In Oklahoma, two people have died from storm-related injuries.
May 16, 2013 A series of twisters roared through North Texas on Wednesday night. In Granbury, about 35 miles from Fort Worth, neighborhoods were devastated. The search continues for victims.
February 26, 2013 Still digging out from one major winter storm, parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri are in the path of another.
October 30, 2012 The mid-Atlantic region is no stranger to hurricanes, but as Sandy made its way north and onto land, it collided with cold winter weather, wrapping frigid air into its spinning mass.
September 17, 2012 After a mild winter and a late-April freeze, Michigan's apple harvest was decimated. Less fruit means fewer picking jobs. It also means little to no income from apples in storage that growers rely on to get them through to next year's harvest.
July 27, 2012 It didn't leave behind as much destruction or as many downed power lines as the storm that rolled over states from the Midwest through the Mid-Atlantic on June 30, but some news outlets are saying the summer's second derecho struck on Thursday.