Three out of the four season have made an appearance across the country this week.
Why are we getting so hot in May and staying that way for a while?
The first named storm of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane season has formed nearly two weeks before the season starts.
Parts of Oklahoma and Texas are bracing for a significant severe weather event Monday with the potential for strong tornadoes, very large hail, damaging winds, and flooding.
The elusive 90° May day is not out of the realm of possibility this week.
Summer has arrived in the Bluegrass!
Researchers will use drones along with a number of other tools to better understand how supercells unravel tornadoes.
NASA is planning on sending the first woman ever and the first man in nearly five decades to the moon by 2024.
Weather Forecast for the Upcoming Lexington Legends Series (5/17-5/20)
A look at SNOTEL and how it helps the west coast make water and snow forecasts.
The Plains get a small break from severe weather outbreaks. After that, we get some heat.
If you’re starting to think it seems to rain almost every weekend, you’d be right.
The Aurora Borealis is a natural phenomenon that everyone should strive to witness. Let’s talk about why.
Parts of the Deep South are leading the way in confirmed tornadoes this year.
It should come as no surprise that the Commonwealth is drought-free. What may be more surprising this the lack of drought across the Lower 48.