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Rain fell Monday, but only for a moment and only in a few select places. It depends on where you were, said Kevin Darmofal, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Wichita. Officially the rainfall amount was a trace to maybe a tenth of an
Tuesday might start out cloudy and rainy, but it isn't expected to stay that way. The National Weather Service in Paducah said there's a chance of isolated showers in the morning with the skies clearing up and the sun coming out as the day progresses.
ET It's been a long, cold, record-shattering winter all across Canada, and the weather has wreaked havoc on our roads. While potholes plague commuters every spring, some of this year's are so enormous they're practically sinkholes...John's, N.L.,
no Americans have been killed by a tornado so far this year. The USA hasn't seen such a safe start to a tornado season in since World War I: The last time the nation made it to this point in the year without a tornado death was 1915, reports
Tuesday 22nd April, 2014 Surveillance cameras at San Jose International Airport successfully captured the teenager on the tarmac, climbing up the landing gear of a jet. But in the end, the cameras failed because no one noticed the security.
It'll be a sunny day in the Wichita area today, forecasters say, with highs in the mid-70s and winds behaving for once. They'll be light and variable, making for a pleasant spring day in Kansas...After overnight lows in the mid-50s under partly
PhilippinesThe trail of death that Super Typhoon Yolanda left has continues to grow longer five months after the strongest typhoon on record leveled large areas of the Visayas region. Seven more bodies were recovered in Tacloban City over the weekend
NBC-2.com It is a mild start to a warm day across Southwest Florida. After starting in the lower 60s, temperatures will warm into the low to mid 80s on Tuesday. The warming trend and mix of sun and clouds will continue through the week. For tonight,
OFFICIALS have declared a farming village in General santos City, Southern Philippines, under the state of calamity due to the onslaught of a strong tornado on Sunday afternoon that affected some 650 residents. Hannah Joaquino,
The downpour moved north through Horowhenua about 5pm, reaching Palmerston North at 6pm. Fire central communications shift manager Mike Wanoa said brigades were still in the area sandbagging and pumping water out of houses. Brigades attended