The path of destruction from Thursday's tornadoes spanned 100 miles from the Lehigh Valley to the Jersey Shore.
Damaging thunderstorms are possible in our area Thursday afternoon and evening.
The United States' record-high dew point may have been tied in Iowa earlier this week, and corn fields are to blame.
Once we get through what could be yet another heatwave, we could be getting an early taste of September weather in the middle of summer!
Some severe thunderstorm warnings will soon be automatically sent to your cell phone.
Better air quality is on the way, but it comes with a price: strong to severe thunderstorms.
Expect a vibrant red sunset Tuesday evening as Western wildfire smoke increases over our region.
July 15 was the midpoint of summer, and the first half of the season was very warm and rainy, including an estimated 100-year flood in parts of our region.
Tropical Storm Elsa is moving northeast and will bring heavy rain, gusty winds and isolated tornadoes to parts of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania beginning Thursday night.
Tropical Storm Elsa will also impact parts of our region Thursday night and into Friday. Tropical Storm Warnings have now been issued for parts of the Jersey Shore and Delaware.
The United States declared independence from Great Britain 245 years ago this Sunday – on July 4, 1776. Independence Day gatherings were a little different in those days, and so was the weather.
Dozens of people flocked to social media Wednesday evening to share their best “shelfies.”
Heat relief is on the way soon, but not without a risk for severe storms and flooding.
The longest days of the year are already over, and it's not even July.