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  • Favorable weather aids fight against massive California wildfire

    Favorable weather aids fight against massive California wildfire
    Firefighters battling the massive King fire in Northern California took advantage of favorable weather conditions this past weekend to make some progress against the blaze, with containment increasing to 17% overnight Sunday, officials reported....
  • Break in weather aids fight against massive King fire

    Break in weather aids fight against massive King fire
    Firefighters battling the massive King fire in Northern California took advantage of favorable weather conditions this past weekend to make some progress against the blaze, with containment increasing to 18% overnight Sunday, officials reported....
  • Heavy rains spur New Mexico evacuations, close caverns park

    ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - Heavy rains lingering over southeastern New Mexico from Tropical Storm Odile forced people out of more than 100 houses and kept the popular Carlsbad Caverns National Park closed on Monday. Bobby St. John, spokesman for the...
  • California wildfires send waves of smoke, particulates as far as Canada

    California wildfires send waves of smoke, particulates as far as Canada
    Smoke from wildfires raging in Northern California has reached far beyond the state's borders to affect Utah, Michigan and even Canada, according to NASA. The fires, including the massive King fire in Eldorado National Forest, have been sending large...
  • Scattered showers and storms today

    Scattered showers and storms today
    Much of the regional already has been seeing rain throughout the day, some of it heavy. More showers and storms are expected throughout the afternoon. Shortly after noon, the National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for south central Broward...
  • Baltimore marks fewest 90-degree days since 2009

    Baltimore marks fewest 90-degree days since 2009
    There has been only two weeks' worth of 90-degree heat this year in Baltimore, the fewest 90+ days here in five years. Nearly half of the 14 days to surpass 90 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the point of...
  • Wet, windy weather in Wednesday's forecast

    Wet, windy weather in Wednesday's forecast
    It'll likely be wet and windy in Hampton Roads Wednesday. The National Weather Service is calling for about a 70 percent chance for showers starting early Wednesday morning and lasting through part of the day Thursday, a meteorologist at the office in...
  • More showers and storms today

    More showers and storms today
    Expect another round of showers and storms today, following a rather gray soggy Tuesday. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 80s, lows in the upper 70s and a 50 percent chance of rain. The rain chance...
  • Weather: Flooding in Volusia; more downpours expected across Central FL

    Weather: Flooding in Volusia; more downpours expected across Central FL
    The heavy showers and thunderstorms aren't over just yet, meteorologists say. A flood warning is in effect for Volusia County — where it's been raining since midnight. According to the National Weather Service in Melbourne, Daytona Beach had a...
  • Northwest storm prompts high-surf warning for Central California

    Northwest storm prompts high-surf warning for Central California
    Forecasters are warning of high surf along the Central California coast ahead of a storm system brewing in the Pacific Ocean, with waves expected to reach 13 feet at some beaches. A low-pressure system off the Pacific Northwest is making its way...
  • Parched California expected to miss out on typical fall rains

    Parched California expected to miss out on typical fall rains
    Northern and Central California typically receive 30% to 40% of their precipitation over the next three months, but this year, forecasters say the upper two-thirds of the state can expect to miss out on much of that badly needed moisture. The lack of...