Summer warm-ups: Highs in the mid-80s. Rip-current forecasts. Tropical storm brewing?

Temperatures are heading to late-June levels; the weather service is issuing rip-current advisories; and the hurricane center says a tropical storm might be brewing. Yes, summer is coming.

Mother’s Day soaker due. It’s not just us: Wet across the country; drought conditions mighty scarce.

Up to 2 inches of rain possible Saturday night into Monday. Meanwhile, the Friday rain streaks continue, and drought becomes scarce across the country.

Mother’s Day soaker due. It’s not just us: Wet across the country; drought conditions mighty scarce.

Up to 2 inches of rain possible Saturday night into Monday. Meanwhile, the Friday rain streaks continue, and drought becomes scarce across the country.

Broad Street Run weather forecast: Oh no!

Based on the latest National Weather Service forecast, here’s an hour-by-hour outlook of what to expect Sunday morning.

Broad Street Run weather forecast: Oh no!

Based on the latest National Weather Service forecast, here’s an hour-by-hour outlook of what to expect Sunday morning.

Strong cyclone Fani lashes east India, impacts Asian subcontinent

Around 1.2 million people were evacuated from low-lying areas of Odisha, India, and moved to nearly 4,000 shelters.

Strong cyclone Fani lashes east India, impacts Asian subcontinent

Around 1.2 million people were evacuated from low-lying areas of Odisha, India, and moved to nearly 4,000 shelters.
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Severe storms sweep through Philly region

The wild weather led to a tornado watch and a flood advisory.

Most warnings are false alarms, but tornado watches get attention — with good reason

Tornado "warnings" well outnumber actual tornado sightings in the Philadelphia region. Blame the limits of science, and expect more "false alarms."

Tornado warning startles a sleeping Philadelphia. Did you take shelter, or stay in bed?

No tornadoes were reported but the heavy thunderstorms that prompted the alerts triggered power outages around the region.

'Strong’ tornado confirmed in Delaware; 120 mph winds reported

Those early-morning storms Monday sent a fright through the region and set off an EF2 tornado, with winds of 120 mph, in Delaware.

Feds allege ‘widespread sexual harassment’ at AccuWeather while Trump nominee was CEO

A federal investigation finds widespread sexual harassment at AccuWeather Inc., according to a report obtained by The Inquirer. The incidents occurred while Barry Lee Myers, President Donald Trump's nominee to become the head of NOAA, was the company CEO.

How Philly reacted to the great tornado alert of 2019

One windbag on Twitter tried to use the alert to pick up women in Philly like he was Bill Paxton in “Twister.”

Strong storms in U.S. South kill at least 8 and injure dozens

Suspected tornadoes and flooding injured dozens and flattened much of a Texas town. Three children were among the dead.

Powerful, deadly storms continue to move across South

Deadly storms continue to move across the South after spawning suspected tornadoes and damaging several homes

Bomb cyclone storm hammering central US, disrupting travel

Bomb cyclone storm hammering central US, disrupting travel raising concerns of renewed flooding in the already drenched Midwest

Storm to hit Rockies before forming new ‘bomb cyclone’

A storm moving is expected to bring rain and snow to the Rockies before forming into a weather phenomenon called a 'bomb cyclone' for the second straight month

Wild fire warning issued for Philly area

The alert comes as officials are monitoring an 11,000-acre section of the Pinelands where a fire that broke out over the weekend has been contained.

UN report: Extreme weather hit 62 million people in 2018

The United Nations' weather agency says climate change worsened last year with 62 million people hit by extreme weather

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