Home » Weather


RSS Google News

RSS Reuters Top News

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

RSS BBC America

RSS NY Times HomePage

RSS UPI Newstrack

RSS The Hollywood Reporter

  • ‘Justice League’ Investigator Says Walter Hamada Did Not Interfere, WarnerMedia Defends Exec From Ray Fisher Allegations February 27, 2021
    WarnerMedia has broken its silence over Ray Fisher’s recent tweets about the investigation into alleged misconduct on the set of “Justice League.” In the most recent tweet, posted Saturday morning, Fisher claimed that DC Films President Walter Hamada interfered in the investigation, and that Warner Bros. lied to the press about it. “Do ya’ll remember […] […]
    Ellise Shafer
  • ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run’ Review: The First All-CGI SpongeBob Adventure Has His Skewed Spirit of Fun February 27, 2021
    Here’s a vintage SpongeBob moment, the kind that makes some of us who are years past the demo feel like we can’t get enough of him. In “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run,” our hero, voiced in that Daffy-Duck-on-happy-pills way by Tom Kenny, discovers that Gary the Snail, his beloved pet companion, has been […]
    Owen Gleiberman
  • Alice Cooper Has Some ‘Detroit Stories’ to Tell February 27, 2021
    The only thing that Alice Cooper has forever done better than scare and shock is create titillating heavy rock filled with odd, often dangerous characters and their noir-ish tall tales. Cooper’s new “Detroit Stories” is ripe and rocking with such offbeat personalities and their memories, all in dedication to the Motor City where Alice Cooper […]
    Chris Willman
  • Morgan Freeman Salutes Cicely Tyson as an ‘Icon’ and ‘Pioneer’ at AFI Awards February 27, 2021
    In a video toast, Morgan Freeman praises Cicely Tyson as an “icon, a pioneer whose life and work tell the story of America, bravely and boldly.” His tribute was part of AFI’s 21-day salute to the best film and TV work of 2020, with the build-up starting Feb. 5. As Freeman notes in his intro, […]
  • Rachel Lindsay Deletes Instagram Following Harassment From Bachelor Nation February 27, 2021
    Media personality Rachel Lindsay, who was The Bachelor franchise’s first-ever Black lead in 2017, has deleted her Instagram account due to harassment and hate she has received from Bachelor Nation. The online harassment follows Lindsay’s “Extra” interview with “The Bachelor” host Chris Harrison, during which he defended current contestant Rachael Kirkconnell […]
    Natalie Oganesyan
  • Weta Digital’s R. Christopher White on Black History: Making Our Place February 27, 2021
    I’ve always been fascinated with the history of spaces, knowing there are stories encapsulated in a place. How one can enter a room and receive cues to all that has happened there. As I reflect on Black History Month, I think of the pioneering work of those that came before and the movement of history […]
  • Elizabeth Taylor, ‘Cleopatra’ Star and Oscar Winner, Was a Pioneering AIDS Activist February 27, 2021
    Elizabeth Taylor, who would have turned 89 on Feb. 27, lived multiple lives. She was a movie mega-star, a tabloid mega-celebrity (which are not always the same thing), an innovator in creating herself as a brand — and a tireless and effective philanthropist and activist. She was adored, admired, denounced, scandal-ridden and unpredictable, and the […] […]
  • Lady Gaga’s Dogs Recovered Unharmed at L.A. Police Station February 27, 2021
    A woman turned in Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs at a Los Angeles police station on Friday night, two days after they were stolen in a brazen armed robbery in Hollywood. Lady Gaga’s dogwalker, Ryan Fischer, was shot once while struggling with the robbers on Wednesday night. He is in stable condition, according to police. […]
  • Fred Segal, Icon of Los Angeles Fashion Scene, Dies at 87 February 27, 2021
    Fred Segal, the man behind his namesake trendsetting Los Angeles retail stores, has died of complications from a stroke, according to KABC-TV Los Angeles. He was 87. “In 1961, Fred Segal created a retail scene that defined Los Angeles fashion and sparked a revolutionary shift in style that has transcended the last six decades. Fred […]
    Haley Bosselman
  • Variety’s 10 Directors to Watch and Creative Impact Awards Delves into Art of Moviemaking February 27, 2021
    Usually held in person at the Palm Springs Film Festival, Variety’s 10 Directors to Watch and the Creative Impact Awards were hosted virtually this year. The panel, moderated by chief film critic Peter DeBruge, included directors Prano Bailey-Bond (“Censor”), Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. (“Wild Indian”), Nia DaCosta (“Candyman”), Siân Heder (“CODA”), Philippe L […]
    Natalie Oganesyan

RSS Accuweather

  • Another Santa Ana event to target Southern Calif. this weekend February 27, 2021
    Only a handful of days after gusty winds last buffeted portions of Southern California, another Santa Ana event is set to ramp up across the region this weekend. High pressure will build across the northern Rockies throughout the day on Saturday and reach its maximum strength by Saturday night. “The clockwise flow around the high...
  • Temperatures jump as winter 'heat wave' envelops parts of Europe February 27, 2021
    The latter half of February brought a winter “heat wave” to many parts of Europe that started the month in a deep freeze. In the waning days of the month, people across Europe were treated to a nice spring preview and a few high-temperature records were even rewritten. The brutal winter conditions that took hold...
  • Landslide carries 100-year-old cemetery into the sea February 26, 2021
    Hundreds of coffins and two chapels fell into the sea after a landslide caused a portion of a cliffside cemetery in northwestern Italy to collapse earlier this week. Workers captured footage of the walls of the traditional Italian cemetery cracking before falling over the cliffs of Camogli, a fishing village near Genoa. Photos have emerged...
  • Gulf Stream is weakest it's been in more than 1,000 years, study says February 27, 2021
    A group of scientists from Europe presented new research this week claiming that the Gulf Stream is weaker now than it’s been at any point over the last 1,000 years. The Gulf Stream is an Atlantic Ocean current that plays a largely hidden role in shaping weather patterns in the United States. Much has been...
  • 'I ride it out.' When a hurricane comes roaring up the East Coast, one community stays put February 28, 2020
    When hurricanes and severe storms strike the East Coast, they often batter coastlines, displace famous landmarks and even move whole populations away forever. But there are some groups of people along the South Carolina and Georgia coast, such as on St. Helena Island, South Carolina, that have not only endured centuries of storms, but some...
  • Get ready for March's top astronomy events February 26, 2021
    March signals a change in the weather as the seasons shift from winter to spring, and as the seasons turn, the duration of the night will soon be shorter than the length of daylight, putting a shorter limit on the amount of time that people can spend under the stars. Since the nights are getting...
  • 'Historically' low flu activity reported throughout the US this year February 25, 2021
    While the flu season is far from over and flu cases have been reported year-round in the United States in the past, during a typical year, influenza cases would likely ramp up during the fall and winter, peaking in February. Not this year. “We haven't picked up any outbreaks of influenza or anything really, it's...
  • Photographers in awe as rare Yosemite firefall illuminates El Capitan February 25, 2021
    Yosemite National Park is one of the most spectacular sights in California, filled with an expansive wilderness, granite cliffs taller than buildings and Sequoia trees, some of the largest living things on Earth. However, for just a few days every February, photographers flock to a small waterfall to watch water cascade down the cliffside right...
  • The 'average' hurricane season has a new normal February 24, 2021
    There are fewer than 100 days until the 2021 Atlantic basin hurricane season begins and you may be asking yourself, “Wait, didn’t the last season just end?” While 2020 didn’t spawn the longest-lasting period of tropical activity on record for the Atlantic basin, although it was close, it was most certainly the most active season...
  • AccuWeather's 2021 Canada spring forecast February 26, 2021
    It may not feel like it everywhere just yet due to the polar vortex overstaying its welcome in northwestern parts of Canada, but the change to spring is just about a month away. Astronomical spring officially begins at the equinox, which will occur at 5:37 a.m. EDT on March 20, 2021. For those counting down...

Weather Maps by Weather Underground©



Advice of the Day

When requesting seconds at tea, always ask for “some tea,” not “more tea.”


Question of the Day

Have you heard of an apricot stack cake, made with apricot jam?


Weather Reports provided by The Farmer’s Almanac©

Weather News provided by BBC News Science & Environment©

National Geographic©

The American Meteorological Society©

  • Southeasterners Perceive Tornado Risk Dangerously Different Than They Should, Especially at Night
    While a major winter storm a week ago was plastering the United States from Texas and New Mexico to New England with heavy snow and ice, volatile conditions in the Southeast (SE) spawned damaging and deadly tornadoes. One of these overnight Monday a week ago, tragically took the lives of 3 people and injured 10 […]
  • The 101st AMS Annual Meeting: Find Your (Virtual) Pathways of Major Themes
    We’re on the verge of the first ever all-virtual AMS Annual Meeting—yet another milestone in a time of milestones, but nonetheless our 101st Annual Meeting. And like all of the mega-gatherings AMS has held for the weather, water, and climate community in the past, this coming week (starting Sunday, January 10th), promises many opportunities to […]
  • AMS Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 5: Community Engagement
    As we mentioned in the first post in this series of potential “Virtual” Pathways through the rich AMS Annual Meeting program of parallel conferences, this year’s overarching theme is especially powerful: “Strengthening engagement with communities through our science and services.”  This is a statement of needs, accomplishments, and future priorities all in one. After the […]
  • AMS Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 4: Social Justice
    After a year of substantial social injustice-fueled upheavals, the 101st AMS Annual Meeting builds on social justice themes all week and you could make social justice the theme of you own virtual programming, picking and choosing your way through the sessions if you’re so inclined, right from the centerpiece Presidential Forum on Sunday, “Building a […]
  • Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 3: Pandemic Topics
    Often our Annual Meeting week feels like a chance to get away from some of the day-to-day issues of work to focus on exchanging scientific ideas with colleagues. This year, the AMS Annual Meeting is a virtual gathering, however, so there’s little chance any of us will escape entirely the everyday concerns of COVID-19 this […]
  • Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Path- way. Part 2: Weather Extremes and Climate Change
    As we noted in the previous blog post, there are multiple ways to navigate an AMS Annual Meeting, even though we’re usually channeled into separate rooms devoted to parallel conferences, each focused on an area of specialization. But this year’s all-virtual conference, during the coming week, offers unusual prospects for hopping from conference to conference, […]
  • The 101st AMS Annual Meeting: Find Your (Virtual) Pathway of Major Themes
    We’re on the verge of the first ever all-virtual AMS Annual Meeting—yet another milestone in a time of milestones, but nonetheless our 101st Annual Meeting. And like all of the mega-gatherings AMS has held for the weather, water, and climate community in the past, this coming week (starting Sunday, January 10th), promises many opportunities to […]
  • Not Just in Their Heads: New Research Confirms Connection Between Weather and Chronic Pain
    Stormy weather increases pain. That fact is actually good news for people suffering from chronic pain whose complaints are often dismissed by family, their friends, and even their doctors. Speaking, and likely complaining, about the effect of weather on their pain for millennia, chronic pain sufferers finally have a large-scale scientific study to back up […]
  • An Anticipated Increase in Earth’s Strongest Storms
    A little more than two weeks ago, Supertyphoon Goni blasted ashore in the Philippines with top sustained winds of 195 mph, becoming the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone on record. It topped STY Haiyan’s 190 mph land strike just seven years ago. With Hurricane Iota in the Caribbean explosively intensifying 100 mph in under 24 hours […]
  • We May Be Able to Further Improve Hurricane Track Forecasts After All
    Zeta blossomed into the 11th hurricane of this hyperactive season Monday and its forecast track takes it ashore on the Gulf Coast by midweek. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Monday said computer models had become more tightly clustered with the forecast in the Gulf, “resulting in an increase in track-forecast confidence,” and Hurricane Zeta […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s