A tornado has damaged Jonesboro, Arkansas.
A family's dog barked incessantly and woke them up just before a tornado ripped apart their home, giving them time to shelter in their laundry room.
The storms that tore through Tennessee early Tuesday have left communities reeling from the loss of at least 24 lives, including a couple married for nearly six decades who died by each other's sides.
“A thread on good humans and good deeds of the Nashville #TennesseeTornadoes," tweeted Lauren Blanchard, who is a correspondent at FOX News.
Rescuers searched through shattered Tennessee neighborhoods for bodies Tuesday, less than a day after tornadoes ripped across Nashville and other parts of the state as families slept. At least 24 people were killed, some in their beds, authorities said.
A tornado ripped through central Tennessee Tuesday morning and left 24 people dead. Thirty-eight people are still unaccounted for.
Residents in parts of upstate New York were digging out from 2 feet or more of snow, with additional snowfall in the forecast Saturday.
A blizzard warning prompted some upstate New York schools to close as gusty winds and blowing snow pummeled the area. (Credit: Tommy Cerra via Storyful)
Hoboken, one of the areas in New Jersey hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, is making progress toward completing a large public park that will double as a reservoir for nearly 2 million gallons of storm water to prevent it from flooding city streets.
Hurricane season begins on June 1 and lasts through November 30.
With the waters in the Pearl River continuing to rise in and around Mississippi's capital city and more rain on the way this week, the governor warned residents that it would be days before flood waters start to recede.
Mississippi’s Pearl River in Jackson was expected to crest at around noon on Monday, February 17, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), as severe flooding damaged dozens of homes and closed roads.
Storm Dennis hammered Britain Sunday, bringing a month's worth of rain in just 48 hours to parts of South Wales, which bore the brunt of the country's second severe storm inside a week.
The blast of wind was captured around 7:45 a.m. by an instrument at 9,186 feet on Kirkwood Mountain south of Lake Tahoe, said National Weather Service forecaster Alex Hoon.
A weather system blamed for five deaths in the South has moved into the northeastern United States and was expected to bring fierce winds to the New York City region.
Days after being threatened by brush fires, staff at a wildlife sanctuary in Australia had to relocate animals to safety after the grounds experienced sudden flash floods from much-needed torrential rainfall.
A dog struggled to cope with blizzard conditions in Canada on January 17 as he tried to maneuver his way through snow to relieve himself.
A dog struggled to cope with blizzard conditions in Newfoundland on January 17 as he tried to take a bathroom break. (Credit: Ken Pinsent via Storyful)
A series of winter storms will move across the country, bringing frigid conditions, snow and rain to many areas.
The United Nations has released a grim warning about the possibility of more extreme weather this year and in the near future.