A tornado touched down Wednesday evening near Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, prompting passengers to take shelter and disrupting hundreds of flights. There were no reports of injuries.
A large tornado hit southeastern Missouri before dawn, causing widespread destruction as a broad swath of the Midwest and South braced for further storms that could spawn additional twisters and hail.
The powerful storm system spread destruction in several states. In Illinois, one person died and 28 were hurt after a theater roof caved in during a concert.
A monster storm system spawned deadly weather including tornadoes that shredded homes and shopping centers in Arkansas and collapsed a theater roof during a heavy metal concert in Illinois.
America will probably get more killer tornado- and hail-spawning supercells as the world warms, according to a new study that also warns the lethal storms will edge eastward to strike more frequently.
Western Mississippi is turning to recovery after being hit by a long-track tornado on Friday. Here's what made it so destructive — and why the impact of climate change on tornadoes is still unclear.
Extensive damage to buildings, homes and infrastructure can be seen across the area as the tornado moved from the southwest to the northeast directly through the town, the technology firm Maxar said.
Devastating accounts of utter destruction, incredible survival and tragic deaths followed Friday's twister that killed at least 25 in Mississippi and one in Alabama as it surged nearly 170 miles across the Deep South.
The destructive tornado killed at least 26 people, leveled buildings and left thousands of customers without power.
The strongest tornado to impact the Los Angeles metro area in 40 years touched down at 11:14 a.m. for two to three minutes, according to the National Weather Service.
Tornadoes ripped through Alabama and Georgia on Jan.12, 2023, killing nine people. The National Weather Service has identified the rare and damaging system as "mesocyclonic." Could more storms like these occur?
Gov. Brian Kemp spoke at a press conference Friday morning, addressing the deaths and damages from extreme weather that swept through the state on Thursday.
Rescuers raced Friday to find any survivors trapped in debris after tornadoes barreled across parts of the South in a system that killed at least nine people in Alabama and Georgia and inflicted heavy damage on Selma, a flashpoint of the civil rights movement.
The system spawned a tornado that shredded homes, toppled roofs and uprooted trees in Selma, Ala.
The National Weather Service in Little Rock issued a rare tornado warning around 8:15 p.m. local time on Monday for areas north of the state's capital and most populous city.