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Mar 29, 2017; 4:30 PM
After harsh winter conditions finally subside, automotive experts say this time of year is a great opportunity to do some spring cleaning and routine maintenance on your vehicle.
Mar 29, 2017; 4:14 PM
An outbreak of severe weather unfolded across the south-central United States on Tuesday and continued to impact parts of Oklahoma and Texas into Wednesday morning.
Mar 29, 2017; 3:40 PM
Storm after storm will roll across the southeastern United States through early April, helping to ease the drought but also bringing the hazard of severe weather.
Mar 29, 2017; 1:58 PM
Red tide is a phenomenon that could ruin a beach visit by possibly irritating your respiratory system or making your eyes water.
Mar 29, 2017; 10:36 AM
After pummeling the Plains with severe weather on Tuesday, the threat of severe storms will shift into the Mississippi Valley and Southeast through Thursday.
Mar 29, 2017; 2:47 AM
A fatal car crash occurred on Tuesday afternoon near Spur, Texas, involving three storm chasers amid a severe weather outbreak.
Mar 28, 2017; 9:23 PM
Severe thunderstorms have returned to the south-central United States, threatening portions of Texas and Oklahoma.
Mar 28, 2017; 3:16 PM
As a storm runs into the warm-cool air battleground in place across the northeastern United States, areas of wintry and wet weather will occur by week's end.
Mar 28, 2017; 1:44 PM
Through the Clean School Bus Program, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing bus fleets with the opportunity to replace older diesel school buses with new buses that are 90 percent cleaner.
Mar 28, 2017; 1:33 PM
While there is no land on Earth that has as many tornadoes as the Great Plains to the Mississippi Valley of North America, they can happen almost anywhere when conditions are right.
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This time of the year is known for increases in fire risk across the country. The reasons behind that are the following: increased and more direct sunlight, a copious amount of dry tinder and increased wind speeds.
This Day In Weather History
Washington, D.C. (1921)
The temperature dropped from 82 to 26 degrees, ending a record early spring.
Munford, Ala. (1991)
Four people were killed when their mobile home became airborne for a quarter of a mile while riding a tornado.