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  • Rip currents take toll among swimmers; one missing off Palm Beach County

    Rip currents take toll among swimmers; one missing off Palm Beach County
    A dangerous day for swimming Saturday resulted in several ocean rescues in Palm Beach County and left one man missing off MacArthur Beach State Park. Strong rip currents led the National Weather Service to warn against swimming on South Florida beaches....
  • Roads, businesses close amid Ohio River flooding

    The highest Ohio River levels in two decades caused flooding Saturday that stranded some motorists, waterlogged a few homes and forced scattered road, business and campground closures in southern Ohio and Kentucky. The Belterra Park Gaming racino along...
  • Washington state rain no cure for drought, due to bleak snowpack

    Washington state rain no cure for drought, due to bleak snowpack
    Californians take note: It is possible to have rain — lots of it — and still be plagued by drought. Just look at tiny Forks, Wash., which bills itself as the wettest town in the contiguous United States. As of Thursday, 26.6 inches of rain...
  • Crews continue to monitor W.Va. landslide near airport

    Emergency crews are continuing to monitor a landslide next to a West Virginia hilltop airport that already has forced residents out of a few dozen homes in Charleston. Authorities were concerned Friday that heavy rains over the weekend could worsen the...
  • Severe weather spotting class to be held in Aurora

    The city of Aurora's Emergency Management Agency is teaming with the National Weather Service to offer severe weather spotter training at 6:30 p.m. March 31 in City Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall, 44 E. Downer Place. The two-hour free...
  • West Virginia residents evacuate homes after landslide

    Authorities were concerned Friday that heavy rains could worsen a landslide next to a West Virginia hilltop airport that already has forced residents out of a few dozen homes in Charleston. The National Weather Service said up to 2 inches of rain was...
  • Blame unusually high humidity for summer-like heat

    Blame unusually high humidity for summer-like heat
    It still may be winter – but it sure feels like summer in the afternoons. The reason for the muggy hot weather in the past week: unusually high humidity levels on top of warmer than normal temperatures, the National Weather Service said. "We'...
  • Freezing Rain Advisory Issued For Hartford Saturday Morning

    Freezing Rain Advisory Issued For Hartford Saturday Morning
    The National Weather Service has a hazardous weather outlook in effect for all of Connecticut Saturday due to a rainstorm that could lead to icy conditions, especially early in the morning. In addition, the weather service has issued a freezing rain...
  • National forest in Ohio closes campgrounds due to heavy rain

    High water has already closed some roads along the Ohio River and rising water levels along the Little Muskingum River led officials to close some campgrounds in the Wayne National Forest in southern Ohio. Forest officials say they closed the Lane Farm...
  • 5 things to know about Southern California's heat wave

    While parts of the country are still feeling winter's chill, Southern California is headed into an overheated weekend with record-breaking temperatures that suggest next week's arrival of spring may be a footnote in a region already looking at summer....
  • Bad weather keeps helicopter wreckage 25 feet under water

    Divers have found the wreckage of a military helicopter in just 25 feet of water after it crashed in dense fog during a Florida training mission, killing seven elite Marines and four experienced soldiers. But more bad weather Thursday delayed the recovery...