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Parts of the U.S. saw snow on the first day of April, while forecasters said record-breaking temperatures were expected across the Midwest, South and up to the Northeast over the next few days.
Residents throughout the South are reeling after severe weather and tornadoes ripped across the region, killing at least five people and leaving behind widespread destruction.
Southern states were hit by tornadoes Thursday amid a dangerous severe weather outbreak which also brought large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding across the region.
Active weather Friday brings the potential for severe weather across Western Washington.
More severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible Thursday for parts of the southeastern U.S. after a wave of storms pounded the region Wednesday.
Kentucky firefighter Eddie Stacy was turning his firetruck around in the dark while responding to storm damage when he noticed a tiny light coming from the flooded Red River.
A tornado ripped through North Carolina's Brunswick County, killing at least three people and injuring 10 others in its trail of destruction.
Snow and big wind gusts caused power outages to about 28,000 Puget Sound Energy customers throughout the region; crews worked throughout the day Saturday to get power back to as many folks as possible.
Winter weather impacted areas along the Puget Sound, bringing strong winds and freezing temperatures.
Freezing temperatures that are hitting our area this week could cost you thousands of dollars if you don’t prep your home, experts say.
The West Point Treatment Plant in Seattle sent 11 million gallons of untreated storm water and sewage into Puget Sound on Wednesday, King County’s wastewater treatment division announced, blaming the release on widespread power outages.
Power outages and road closures impacted hundreds throughout the day Wednesday in Lacey.
A powerful windstorm knocked out electricity to hundreds of thousands of people early Wednesday morning in Western Washington.
It was a long day of clean up after the windstorm knocked down power lines and trees, which in turn damaged some people’s homes.
One student at Western Washington University was injured only slightly Tuesday night when high winds tossed a tree onto a student housing building in Bellingham.
At least two families are displaced from their homes after a tree crashed through a duplex in Tacoma.
An Oak Harbor woman died over the weekend when a rogue wave knocked her to the ground and pushed a log on top of her, according to the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office.
A windstorm from overnight Wednesday caused damage to the Western Washington University campus and at least two trees fell onto a residence hall.
Steady rain fell along Washington state’s beaches Tuesday. The winter weather pushed rivers to run high, flooding roadways and causing landslide to impact travel and large waves are blamed for killing one person in Pacific Beach earlier this week.