In June, a below normal temperature day is one to be savored despite clouds. If you're yearning for sun, fear not, it's back in full swing tomorrow.
Barry is a tropical storm name that just won't give up and retire. The current Barry, earning the name this afternoon, is the sixth storm to have that name since 1983.
After Monday's record-breaking temperatures, it remains unseasonably warm in Alaska. And the heat may stick around - at least in the northern part of the state.
The NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP satellite carries aboard instrumentation that carefully discerns which areas of Earth are green and which are not.
Storm chaser Brett Roberts captured some of the most amazing photographs of thunderstorm structure and lightning I've ever seen last Friday, June 14 in Nebraska.
The humidity is on the way out and sunshine on the way in. Get ready for a nice stretch of summer weather.