Major Storms in the Pacific Northwest to Bring Feet of Rain and Snow

A series of strong storms will begin impacting the Pacific Northwest over the next couple of days, each bringing the opportunity for incredibly heavy precipitation through this weekend. Lower elevations could see up to a foot of rain, while mountain peaks could see nearly ten feet of snow. » 10/22/14 1:26pm Yesterday 1:26pm Is Your Grandma's Upworthy

Last week's issue of Bloomberg Businessweek ran a groundbreaking story that no longer focuses on weather, and that their traffic went through the roof after they started writing "clickbait" à la Upworthy. Who knew? » 10/20/14 3:13pm Monday 3:13pm

Hurricane Gonzalo Sucked the Water Out of People's Toilets in Bermuda

One of the big stories that goes around in tornado country is that tornadoes can suck the water right out of your toilet. It's true. A storm chaser riding out the hurricane in Bermuda noticed that the storm sucked the water out of his toilet, too. Here's how that works. » 10/18/14 11:03am Saturday 11:03am

Long-Range Winter Weather Forecasts Suck

Stop relying on long-range seasonal forecasts to tell you if it's going to be cold this winter. Those forecasts suck. Of course it's going to be cold this winter—that's why they call it winter. » 10/16/14 2:23pm 10/16/14 2:23pm

Welcome to America's Second Tornado Season

As the days grow shorter and the weather turns colder, many people think they're in the clear and safe from tornadoes. However, the changing weather specifically makes us more vulnerable to tornadoes. Today's severe weather is a hard reminder that we're in the second peak of tornado season. » 10/13/14 5:08pm 10/13/14 5:08pm