The National Hurricane Center noted last night that while Florence has weakened some, "the wind field of the hurricane continues to grow in size.
We still have great uncertainty with our Hurricane Florence forecast.
Hurricane Florence is a dangerous Category 4 hurricane.
Hurricane Florence is undergoing rapid intensification and will likely be a major hurricane later today.
Widespread downpours and flooding remain possible from Texas to the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys into the weekend.
What's left of Gordon will continue enhance rainfall across the Mississippi River Valley and Midwest over the next several days.
Tropical Storm Gordon has made landfall near the Alabama/Mississippi border and is weakening as it moves North.
Tropical Storm Gordon is forecast to intensify to a minimal hurricane before to making landfall near Mississippi tonight before midnight.
One more day of above average temperatures and humid conditions across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic today.
A cold front will continue to help trigger showers and thunderstorms stretching from the Midwest into the Northeast.
Tropical depression lane continues to move away from Hawaii after a record breaking four feet of rain.
Hurricane Lane is a dangerous Category 5 hurricane, with sustained winds of 160mph.
Showers and thunderstorms will move into parts of the Mid Atlantic and Northeast today.
Heavy downpours across the Midwest.
The threat for heavy rainfall and flash flooding will continue across portions of the Northeast today with drier weather on the way this week.
The relentless heat across the Westcontinues meaning not a lot of help for firefighters battling wildfires over California and the Northwest.
Dangerous heat and dry weather continues across much of the West.
Temperatures across the Northwest and Northern California will get a slight break from extreme heat today through the weekend, but temperatures next week become dangerously hot once again.
Continued hot and dry weather will keep conditions difficult for firefighters across Northern California and the Northwest over the next few days.
Dangerous heat and dry conditions continue early this week from Central California northward to the Northwest.