With the anticipated return of frigid weather across the northern United States this week, many are wondering if this is yet another 'polar vortex' event.
The first models hint at a big snow year for the northeast and a cold, dry winter for the Pacific Northwest, but experts caution they can’t produce a truly reliable long-term weather forecast.
The annual hurricane heads-up from Colorado State University forecasts 10 named storms, 4 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes.
Summer may be above normal, but don't worry about getting overcooked.
Using historical records of microwave satellite images, atmospheric scientists have discovered two patterns that indicate a storm system is about to turn into a hurricane.