The coolest air of the season will roll in overnight. Watching some tropical moisture coming our way this weekend. Here is the latest weather outlook.
Cold morning temperatures on the way Thursday and Friday.
Wednesday starts off mild and soggy, but get ready for big changes that are on the way.
Temperatures in the 40's by Thursday morning.
Periods of rain will continue thru the night and into the morning, with the heaviest rain south of ATL. Temps will hold steady tonight and tomorrow and then fall tomorrow evening to the lowest of the season. Here is your weather update.
Much needed rain will continue through Wednesday morning.
FOX 5 Storm Team's Joanne Feldman is tracking rain across north Georgia Tuesday.
New Mexico is expected to lead the U.S. in pecan production this year as growers prepare for the upcoming harvest.
Rainfall totals of an inch or more expected Tuesday.
A marvelous Monday weather-wise will transition into some wet changes over the next 24 hours. Beneficial rainfall is headed this way. Here is your latest outlook.
The National Weather Service’s weather surveillance radar captured a massive migration of monarch butterflies and dragonflies flying over the central United States.
Beautiful fall weather today, but rain returns for Tuesday.
The FOX 5 Storm Team has your Monday forecast with sun early on and clouds building later in the day.
Dry weather returns for Monday before more rain moves back in on Tuesday.
TOKYO (AP) — Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan to rescue people stranded in flooded homes Sunday, as the death toll from a ferocious typhoon climbed to as high as 33. One woman fell to her death as she was being placed inside a rescue helicopter.
Showers arrive for Sunday.
A heavy downpour and strong winds pounded Tokyo and surrounding areas on Saturday as a powerful typhoon forecast to be Japan's worst in six decades made landfall and passed over the capital, where streets, nearby beaches and train stations were long deserted.
Showers return in the weekend forecast.
A service dog was rescued at the last minute on Thursday afternoon during a wind-driven wildfire sparked by burning trash that swept through a Southern California mobile home park.
Northern California fire officials say a man dependent on oxygen died about 12 minutes after Pacific Gas and Electric shut down power to the area as part of a massive effort to prevent fire.