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  • Warm, muggy weekend to brew thunderstorms

    It will seem like summer this weekend as Chicago-area temperatures climb into the 80s Saturday and Sunday, bringing the city its warmest weekend since last August. Though there will be many dry hours, suitable for outdoor activities, increasing humidity...
  • Ask Tom: How are severe weather sightings calculated?

    Dear Tom, How are severe weather sightings calculated? If two people on the same block report a tornado, is that counted as one report or two? — Tom Gajda, Lincolnwood Dear Tom, During severe weather, multiple reports from the public, law...
  • Best hope for California drought: El Nino pattern next year

    This week's wet storm isn't expected to provide much, if any, relief from California's historic drought. But there is hope for a serious drenching next year in the form of El Nino, a tropical weather pattern over the Pacific Ocean that typically brings...
  • What you might not know about Washington state and water

    What you might not know about Washington state and water
    Washington's governor on Friday declared a statewide drought emergency, the latest area to throw up its hands over a lingering lack of water throughout the West. Gov. Jay Inslee cited a historically low snowpack and rivers running dry. While no...
  • Rare spring storm dumps snow on Flagstaff area

    A rare springtime snowstorm hit a small town just west of Flagstaff, dumping more than 7 inches of snow. The Flagstaff airport has seen more than 3 inches of snow on May 15 or later only a handful of times. Flagstaff and Bellemont have similar...
  • Oregon snowpack at 11 percent, tough for farmers, fish

    Snowpack in the mountains of Oregon is low for the second year in a row, prompting predictions of reduced stream flows that could hurt farmers and fish. After a winter with more rain than snow at lower elevations, the May report from the Natural...
  • Scattered rainfall, isolated thunderstorms dampen Southern California

    Scattered rainfall, isolated thunderstorms dampen Southern California
    Scattered rainfall and isolated thunderstorms will dampen Southern California into Friday evening, forecasters said. Forecasters warned of possibly hazardous driving conditions due to slippery roads from accumulated oil on wet pavement. The late-...
  • Cool days to return before warming, chances of rain

    Blustery southwest winds frequently gusting over 30 mph started here Monday afternoon on the backside of an intense center of low pressure. Strong winds will continue out of the west-northwest Tuesday — due to a tight pressure gradient between the...
  • Get the sunscreen: Spain, Portugal bake in record heat wave

    Sunny Spain and Portugal are seeing record high temperatures for May, hitting levels normally only reached in mid-summer. Up to 20 Spanish cities have been hit by scorching temperatures and several regional governments are worried about the effects the...
  • US Navy patrols may prod China to clarify claims to South China Sea territory

    HONG KONG Proposed U.S. military "freedom of navigation" operations in the South China Sea may prod China to more clearly explain what it considers to be its territory and why. While countries like the U.S. and the Philippines have long urged China to...
  • Weekend: Lots of sun, some showers

    Weekend: Lots of sun, some showers
    Although we should see plenty of sun today and over the weekend, there's also a small chance of showers and storms each day. South Florida's Friday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid-80s and evening readings in the upper 70s. It...