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  • Morning patchy fog, slight chance for showers, storms Tuesday

    Morning patchy fog, slight chance for showers, storms Tuesday
    Some patchy fog could again impact the morning commute in Hampton Roads on Tuesday.  The fog is expected to clear up by about 8 a.m. with the arrival of a chance for showers, according to the National Weather Service. Overall there is about a 20 percent...
  • Tropical wave could cause localized flooding

    Tropical wave could cause localized flooding
    South Florida likely will see thunderstorms, heavy rains and potential street flooding starting today and continuing through Tuesday, the result of a tropical wave near the coast, the National Weather Service said. Meteorologist Alex Gibbs said the...
  • Walk-off homer is a first for Hanley Ramirez in Dodgers' win

    Up until he sent a hanging curveball 392 feet and over the left-field wall on Saturday, Hanley Ramirez had never hit a walk-off home run. He had four other walk-off hits and 189 other home runs in his career. On 25 other occasions, his home run had...
  • Chance of rain for next several days

    If you're headed to Musikfest, make sure you're prepared for wet weather as there's a chance of rain and even storms today and for the next several days. Today's high is expected to reach about 79 degrees. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a 40 percent...
  • Weather: Storms possible this afternoon

    Weather: Storms possible this afternoon
    Scattered thunderstorms are expected to push across Central Florida this afternoon, meteorologists say. Today's forecast includes partly sunny skies and a high near 93 degrees. There's a 40 percent chance of showers and storms this afternoon,...
  • Chicago's hazy summer days could be gone

    Chicago's hazy summer days could be gone
    Summer in Chicago? It sure doesn’t feel like it. Lately you could slice through this air with a knife. And the sun has lost some of its luster. The good news? The thick air could be gone as soon as Tuesday. Part of the problem is the Canadian...
  • Weather: More storms, heat this afternoon

    Weather: More storms, heat this afternoon
    Another round of strong storms are in Central Florida's forecast today. The National Weather Service in Melbourne is calling for partly cloudy skies and a high near 93 degrees. Scattered thunderstorms will likely start around 2 p.m., forecasters say....
  • Weather: Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Orange, Osceola

    Weather: Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Orange, Osceola
    Meteorologists with the National Weather Service have issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Orange and Osceola counties — and warn that funnel clouds and hail are possible this evening. The Weather Service said in an alert that a severe...
  • California's 1st seven months of 2014 have been its warmest on record

    California's 1st seven months of 2014 have been its warmest on record
    The first seven months of this year have been the warmest on record for California, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters averaged high and low temperatures from January to July for the entire state this year and recorded an average...
  • California dam under repair after cracking, prompting flood warning

    A Northern California dam is under repair after it cracked Sunday and prompted nearby residents to panic as officials issued a flash-flood warning. The National Weather Service issued the warning, which has since been canceled, after a portion of the...
  • Storms that caused deadly Southern California mudslides push north

    Thunderstorms that wreaked havoc in portions of the mountains and deserts of San Bernardino County have headed north, forecasters said, giving residents a chance to recover from flash floods that killed one person and left thousands temporarily stranded...