Your weather forecast from Meteorologist Bobby Deskins
PHOTOS: North Texas hit by tornado outbreak
The National Weather Service estimates there to have been at least 10 twisters in all.
Authorities are investigating whether logging operations may have sparked a massive wildfire in northwestern Wisconsin that destroyed dozens of buildings and forced at least 60 people from their homes, state officials said Wednesday.
Beautiful late springtime weather continues across the Bay area with quiet conditions expected for the next 24 hours. We will see clear skies overnight with low temps in the mid 60's. Readings will be a bit cooler for the Nature Coast with a few locations in the upper 50's.
Our stretch of picture perfect weather will continue with unseasonably cool nights and warm sunny days. High pressure will keep dry and stable conditions across the region with no rain chances until the weekend. Overnight lows will range from the mid 50's on the Nature Coast to the low 60's for southern and coastal zones. Light east to southeast winds will heat temps into the mid and upper 80's by the afternoon.
Your local weather forecast from Meteorologist Bobby Deskins
Skies have now cleared behind a cold front that has pushed south through the Sunshine State. Northerly winds will usher cooler and drier air into the region. Some locations may drop into the upper 40's for interior sections of the Nature Coast by Tuesday morning.
People living around Lake Mille Lacs knew the ice would eventually have to come off their lake, but they never expected anything like what happened Saturday.
Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight with some areas of patchy fog, especially inland, as a cold front pushes south across the region. Drier air will move on Monday with breezy northwesterly winds. We will have several nights with below average temps ranging from the upper 40's on the Nature Coast to the low 60's for coastal and southern zones. Afternoons will be warm and mostly sunny with highs in the mid 80's. Moisture will increase by Friday with a slight chance of rain for the weekend and higher humidity levels.
Inland showers and storms will continue to push east through Sunday afternoon. As a front moves through tonight, Expect a 20% chance of showers with partly cloudy skies and lows in the upper 60's.
The USA in the past 12 months has seen the fewest number of tornadoes since at least 1954, and the death tolls from the dangerous storms have dropped dramatically since 2011.
Another cool night with clear skies and low humidity is on tap for the Tampa Bay area following Monday's frontal passage. Low temps will range from the lower 50's for northern zones to the low 60's for southern and coastal areas.
Snow can certainly put a damper on your thoughts of Spring, but the mayor of Roland, Iowa isn't about to let a little thing like the weather keep him from his yard work.
The weather this Spring has been a lousy one and one Meteorologist is offering up his apology.
Emergency management officials from across Florida are meeting in South Florida to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season.
As an area of low pressure moves east and away from the region, we will see increasing sunshine and drier conditions on Sunday. A tight pressure gradient will keep strong northwest winds across the Tampa Bay area, which at times will gust up to 20 miles per hour.
Forecasters say a small but potent area of thunderstorms caused street flooding and wind damage south of Jacksonville and into St. John's County.
As an area of low pressure moves east into the Atlantic; drier air will be filtering in for the weekend. Saturday will be breezy and warm with isolated showers and storms, mainly for northern and inland zones. Sunday will be mostly sunny and dry with lower humidities.
A wildfire fanned by a long day of Santa Ana winds raged along the edges of Southern California communities and coastal highways Thursday, forcing the evacuation of a university and hundreds of homes and threatening 2,000 more, officials said.