A few scattered t’showers today; fewer Sunday; back to the 90s
Strong storms and heavy rains caused damage and flash flooding in Middle Tennessee during the summer of 2016.
Heavy rains pushed through much of Middle Tennessee mid-Friday morning, causing flash flooding in some areas.
Many counties near the border with Alabama are considered to be in moderate to severe drought.
Two-a-day football practice is underway, and the condition players have had to endure is unbearable.
Torrential rains that swept through China this week have left at least 112 people dead and 91 others missing, various provincial governments…
Metro Animal Control officers are working overtime to keep up with calls about animals left out in the extreme heat.
A chance of storms Friday in Middle Tennessee is accompanied by a Heat Advisory from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
A Heat Advisory has been issued this weekend with Saturday being the worst with a heat index that could reach 110 degrees.
The Climate Prediction Center has released their three month outlook for August, September and October.
The heat is impacting road projects on Highway 41A at the Pennyrile Parkway, in Kentucky.
Roofing crews take several precautions as they try to stay cool while working outside in the extreme summer heat.
The high temperatures and heat can be dangerous, so doctors say you need to act differently.
Hot weather will return to Middle Tennessee Tuesday, and a tool from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration can help determine …
How to tell the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke, and when it’s time to call 911.
The woman was camping with her husband in Dover when the tragic accident happened around 11:50 a.m.
While the town of Eureka pulls together to get cleaned up after the devastating tornadoes, Greenwood County officials are updating the numbe…
All three victims were killed by a fallen tree.
Another round of severe storms is expected throughout Middle Tennessee Thursday afternoon.
Several families along Pee Dee Branch Road in Sumner County are feeling trapped on their properties by a swollen creek.
Storms moving through Middle Tennessee and Kentucky early Thursday morning caused flash flooding with intense lightning