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  • 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...
  • Flood warning in effect for South Hampton Roads

    The National Weather Service in Wakefield has issued a flood watch for portions of Hampton Roads. Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk and Virginia Beach are under the watch until Sunday evening, according to the weather service. Some areas in...
  • Lightning warnings for San Diego beaches as storms head to L.A.

    Lightning warnings for San Diego beaches as storms head to L.A.
    Lightning storms were moving westward over San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego counties Saturday and were expected to extend into Los Angeles County by the evening, forecasters said. Cloud-to-ground lightning was expected at San Diego County beaches...
  • Chance of storms in the forecast all weekend

    If you're heading to Musikfest or one of the other events going on this weekend, take your umbrella and poncho. There's a chance of showers and maybe even a thunderstorm today, tonight and through Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service....
  • Dangerous lightning expected to return to L.A. on Sunday

    Dangerous lightning expected to return to L.A. on Sunday
    Forecasters warned that isolated thunderstorms were expected to head back to Los Angeles County on Sunday, as monsoonal moisture heads in from Mexico. "Just about any location from the beach to the mountains and the Antelope Valley will be susceptible...
  • Tropical Storm Bertha aiming at Puerto Rico, likely to miss U.S.

    Tropical Storm Bertha aiming at Puerto Rico, likely to miss U.S.
    Tropical Storm Bertha is expected to hit Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic today, the National Weather Service's Hurricane Center says, and is likely to sweep across the Bahamas on Sunday. The storm may strengthen slightly as it moves north over...
  • Musikfest partners with official forecaster

    Musikfest partners with official forecaster
    If Musikfest can't beat Mother Nature this year, it will try at least to be one step ahead of her. After decades of battling crowd-killing storms and showers, Musikfest has brought in professionals to provide up-to-the-minute forecasts for fest-guests...
  • Tree 'exploded' in lightning strike; more thunderstorms expected

    You've probably seen lots of lightning in recent weeks across South Florida, but some neighbors saw up close the aftermath of a powerful bolt. Lightning struck and cracked Robin Johnston's front lawn Bischofia tree during a Thursday afternoon storm,...
  • July 2014 was Baltimore's coolest since 2009, 17th-mildest on record

    July 2014 was Baltimore's coolest since 2009, 17th-mildest on record
    July didn't quite feel like mid-summer in Baltimore, with persistently cool air making it one of the mildest in years. The average temperature of 75.6 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is the coolest there since...
  • Wet weekend starts Friday, thunderstorms possible

    Wet weekend starts Friday, thunderstorms possible
    Rain is expected to move into the Hampton Roads region sometime after noon Friday, and it's supposed to stick around through Monday next week. The National Weather Service predicts a 50 percent chance for showers Friday, increasing to 70 percent...
  • Weather: Storms roll through Central Florida

    Weather: Storms roll through Central Florida
    Thunderstorms are making their way through Central Florida this afternoon as the sea breezes collide. Some of the storms could pour up to 3 inches in an hour. Winds could be as high as 50 mph. They are expected to last through the evening, according...