We're almost to the weekend! And if you can believe it, we will dry out once again Friday, Saturday and Sunday, making this the third weekend in row with no rain.
Four confirmed tornadoes were reported in Florida on Sunday, causing damage to different parts of the state -- including in Fort Myers and Naples.
The tsunami threat throughout the Pacific from a huge underwater volcanic eruption has begun to recede, though the massive ash cloud covering Tonga is preventing surveillance flights from New Zealand to assess the extent of damage.
All coastlines around the world are vulnerable to tsunamis, so it's important to know your community's hazard and evacuation plans in case they're needed.
An underwater volcano has erupted near the Pacific nation of Tonga, sending large tsunami waves crashing across the shore and people rushing to higher ground.
With recent flooding and winter weather slamming western Washington, areas are now seeing roads impacted from the initial storms and cleanup.
A winter storm that had already blanketed parts of the South in snow moved into the Northeast, snarling air travel and crushing morning commutes.
Residents in flood-prone areas of the Skokomish Valley were asked on Thursday, Jan. 6 to evacuate for at least 72 hours.
Just when Whatcom County residents thought they could put the snow behind them, another round is expected to hit the county.
For more than a week, some cities and towns in Washington have been buried in snow. Now, some spots are expected to potentially get even more snow this week.
The mountains are getting slammed by intense snow today. The Cascade foothills, the Everett area and the Hood Canal were also the target of Mother Nature overnight. In fact, between 9-12 inches of snow stacked up in North Bend!
The Newton County woman and her brother were trapped in their car as a tornado lifted them up and smashed them into the ground multiple times.
A line of severe storms moved across the southern United States overnight, leaving homes damaged and without power.
Colorado wildfires fueled by gusty winds burned an estimated 580 homes and forced thousands to evacuate. Officials were assessing the damage on Friday.
Tow companies are working tirelessly through the extreme conditions and the calls are piling up. There have been countless incidents and collisions out on the roads this week.
Anticipation is growing for another round of snow late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
Pierce Transit is offering free bus rides to warming centers and shelters as another round of cold temperatures and snow is expected in Puget Sound.
Overnight shelters continue to operate through the below freezing temperature.
Cold weather shelters are open with dangerously low temperatures across our region.
Temperatures are expected to dip well below freezing next week for several days, spelling potential disaster for pipes.