The state is bone dry and faces howling winds that will add up to "extremely critical" fire danger.
At a Glance?
Today's weather provided a good excuse to just stay inside.
Wind, rain and storm surge to accompany landfall along the U.S. Gulf Coast.
A dreary, damp and cool Sunday is a dramatic shift from recent days. More rain possible by Wednesday night and Thursday.
Colorado's second-largest wildfire on record is expanding Saturday before an expected snowstorm.
Northern California faces what could be its biggest offshore wind event of the season, prompting power cuts to nearly 1 million.
Gusty winds overnight usher in some much cooler (and wetter) weather on Sunday.
A cold front is moving through, and there could be a couple brief showers as it passes. It could be as much as 30 degrees cooler tomorrow!
Today was our fifth day in a row of 70 or better. Tomorrow should be another.
Computer models are struggling to handle the system, making for a tricky forecast.
Bright colors are the norm this year and they're increasingly common throughout the local area.
Temperatures could plunge to 30 to 40 degrees below average for this time of year.
The East Troublesome Fire exploded in size Wednesday and Thursday and is predicted to grow more amid high winds through late Saturday.
Morning fog is around the next two mornings before humid air exits the region for a bit.
Epsilon's rapid intensification was unprecedented this late in the season.
The East Troublesome Fire, powered by strong winds and dry conditions, tears across Grand County.
You know the deal: Cool and clammy tonight into Friday morning. Then it's sunny and warm on Friday.
Temperatures some 40 degrees below average are possible as the frigid air blasts south through the weekend.
The warmth and moderate humidity are not so autumn-like the next three days.
It’s the fastest-intensifying and strongest late-season storm so far northeast in the Atlantic.
Minneapolis saw their earliest heavy snowstorm on record, with 7.9 inches and more en route in the next week.
Some dense fog may form again tonight, with temperatures in the 70s to near 80 Thursday.
But that’s only around 10 inches and still below average.
The television network aims to bring viewers to the future.
Strong, dry wind events will keep fire danger high this week into the next.