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Here's Why There May Be More Hurricanes This Season
Warm ocean waters could fuel an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, while storm-suppressing El Nino conditions are expected to be scarce.
Massive Rockslide Buries Stretch of Highway 1
A major new rockslide has buried a stretch of California State Route 1 (PCH).
Tornadoes Kill Two in Wisconsin, Oklahoma
By evening, the National Weather Service listed more than 20 reports of tornadoes from Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Wisconsin.
Two Killed as Tornadoes Sweep Texas, Midwest
At least two people were killed when tornadoes hit Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Dylan Dreyer: Why I Chose Rutgers — And How One Class Altered My Career Path
As a meteorologist, Dylan Dreyer has reported from many storms, but had college gone differently, she'd be applying her science skills away from TV.
Extreme Weather Batters Texas With Tornado and Hail
A tornadic supercell pummeled the area around Morton, Texas, with windshield-cracking hail.
Deluge Wreaks Road, Transit Havoc in New York Area
Heavy rain lashed the tri-state area Friday, flooding parts of New York City and New Jersey within minutes and causing transit chaos.
How to Stay Safe When Dangerous Turbulence Hits Your Plane
Jeff Rossen shows what happens when turbulence hits your plane -- and what you need to know to stay safe when it does.
13 Dead, Dozens Injured After Tornadoes, Storms Batter South
More than a dozen were dead and scores more were injured after severe storms and tornadoes battered the South, including a hard-hit region of Texas.
11 Dead, Dozens Hurt After Tornadoes Hit Texas, South
At least 11 people were killed and dozens more were injured after severe storms that included powerful tornadoes hit the South, officials said.
Massive Wedge Tornado Caught on Camera in Texas
Video shot by a storm chaser captures the intensity and enormity of the deadly twister that ripped across Canton, Texas.
Drought Worries Over! See Water's Dramatic Return to California
Last Friday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed an executive order lifting the state's drought emergency in all but four counties.
California Gov. Declares End to Drought Emergency
One of the worst droughts in California's history is over, but Gov. Jerry Brown warned the next one could be right around the corner.
Weather Cancels Masters Opening as Storms Hit South
Tornado watches and warnings stretched from the Florida panhandle across Alabama, Georgia and both Carolinas and into parts of Tennessee and Kentucky.
40,000 Without Power as Deadly Storm Sweeps Southeast
More than 40,000 households were without power Monday morning as a deadly thunderstorm system continued to sweep the South.
Desperate Hunt for Mudslide Victims; More Than 210 Dead
According to the Red Cross on Sunday, 210 people were dead and 203 people were injured.
Resourceful Rescuers Use Bucket to Save Baby from Floods
Peru has been besieged by heavy rain and flooding, killing dozens and displacing thousands more.
16 Million at Risk as Massive Storms Tear Through South
At least 16 million people are at risk of severe weather, including in Missouri and Arkansas, where strong tornadoes are possible.
Cyclone Debbie Tears Into Australian Coast With 155 MPH Winds
Tourist resorts along Australia's Queensland coast have felt the full force of Cyclone Debbie.
7 High School Students, 1 Teacher Dead as Avalanche Hits Ski Resort
Japanese media said the students were participating in a three-day training program for members of mountaineering clubs from local schools.
Two-Inch Hail Pummels Oklahoma and Texas, Dents Cars
Severe storms swept through Texas and Oklahoma creating hail that cracked windshields and dented cars.
Farmers Fear Crop Damage After Winter Temperature Swings
A late winter cold snap has damaged spring crops across the southeast, including strawberries, peaches and blueberries. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
Wildfire in Colorado Forces Evacuations
A wildfire near Boulder, Colorado forced the evacuation of 1,000 homes. Authorities on Sunday afternoon said the fire was 20 percent contained.
Ranchers Suffer Painful Losses in Deadly Wildfires
Wildfires swept parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas last week, causing millions of dollars in damage and killing thousands of livestock.
Watch: Incoming Train Blasts Waiting Commuters With Snow
The nor'easter of 2017 left plenty of snow on the ground - and on train tracks, as commuters at one train station learned. Video shows an incoming train inundating commuters waiting on the platform with a virtual avalanche. TODAY's Al Roker forecasts what's ahead in the late blast of winter weather.