All week long, we'll be keeping track of the weather conditions for Super Bowl XLVIII. Here is your Friday update. »
All week long, we'll be keeping track of the weather conditions for Super Bowl XLVIII. Here is your Wednesday update: »
All week long, we'll be keeping track of the weather conditions for Super Bowl XLVIII. Here is your Tuesday update. »
All week long, we'll be keeping track of the weather conditions for Super Bowl XLVIII. Here is your Monday update.
Yeah, yeah, make adjustments and play four quarters and all that stuff. Whatever. Look at this snowflake crash right into the center of the camera lens between Tracy Wolfson's and Army head coach Rich Ellerson's heads. Like a field goal. It's mesmerizing. »
No, Clevelanders aren't bitter at all about LeBron James claiming his second straight NBA title. We're sure WEWS chief meteorologist Mark Johnson excised the word "heat" from last night's postgame late local news forecast for reasons entirely unrelated to basketball. »
We noticed last night that Wrigley Field looked like it had been transported to Silent Hill. (This being the Cubs, maybe Superman 64 is the better analogy.) But the fog covered the South Side too, and the morning-after photos are equal parts eerie, quirky, and beautiful. »
The listed time of game for the desperate Royals' 4-2 win over the Cardinals was a crisp 2:27. This is how box scores lie to you. The last out was recorded at 3:14 a.m. CDT, with maybe 100 fans left in the stadium. In baseball limbo, Mitchell Boggs is forever coming on to protect a lead. »
David Paul (hiccup!) is the chief meteorologist (hiccup!) at Houston's KHOU (hiccup!). He had a lot of detail (hiccup!) to cover during yesterday's (hiccup!) 5 p.m. broadcast (hiccup!). He nonetheless (hiccup!) managed (hiccup!) to tell his viewers (hiccup!) just what they needed to know (hiccup!) about the region's… »
Last week's four-game Mets-Rockies series featured two snow-outs, one of which was played as part of a supremely depressing doubleheader—a doubleheader, for that matter, which started two hours late because of an undermanned, overworked snow-clearing crew. The other game will probably be made up in June. At least that… »
It's April, right? Like, the month in which the crocuses pop up and the skies yield warm water every 20 minutes or so? The month in which, save for a few chilly nights, baseball is played at its proper temperatures, before summer stickiness sets in? »
DENVER— By almost every measure, Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., is a thoroughly modern stadium. Built for $147 million in 2007 and home to Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids since then, it seats 18,000 soccer fans just north of Denver. The entire complex contains 24 soccer fields. It's as close… »
This is... weird. Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley dropped by the 11 p.m. newscast of Phoenix ABC affiliate KNXV last night and tried his hand at meteorology. We can't say it went well. It's not entirely clear what Sir Charles was doing there in the first place, though he did stick around for… »
So, what's the weather going to be like in Denver today?
Accuweather says it's currently 12° Fahrenheit. The high today is 16°, and the temperature is expected to drop back down to 8° by the evening, when the game will be finishing up. There will be snow, too, if not blankets of it: Flurries fell around noon, just to… »