A few severe storms possible in the east as well as the west while it will be mainly quiet in regions in between.
A look into where the deepest part of the ocean is and when it was first discovered.
A new study from researchers at NOAA shows that despite above-average Atlantic hurricane seasons the past few years, later this century the average number of tropical cyclones, both in the Atlantic and worldwide, is expected to decrease.
Some regions who have has little to no severe storm threats this spring will gets chances over the next couple of days.
A look at some of the most used regional forecast models and how they are helpful to meteorologists.
The BP oil spill that occurred on April, 20, 2010 is STILL affecting wildlife above and below the sea.
Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have used one of the most powerful lasers in the world to create a new state of matter, called superionic ice, which is thought to exist in the high pressures and temperatures inside the ice giant planets, Uranus and Neptune.
Severe storms, heavy rain, and maybe a tropical system all possible through the weekend.
Cyanobacteria that extract water from the mineral gypsum and convert it to anhydrite have been found by a research team in the Atacama Desert.