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  • Storms Likely for Wednesday Afternoon and Evening

    Wednesday is starting off mostly quiet across Acadiana with patchy fog along with warm and very muggy conditions. Rain chances are expected to increase later today to 60% with scattered showers and storms likely during the afternoon and throughout the evening. A few storms could produce heavy rains along with a very low threat for [

  • T-storms possible in Portland metro Monday

    Though Monday afternoon likely won’t bring a repeat of Sunday’s storms and tornado, there is an unsettled system that might bring thunderstorms to parts of the KOIN 6 viewing area.
  • Video: Heavy rain to move in Wednesday afternoon

    Heavy rain moves in Wednesday afternoon as Dorian churns slowly north along the Florida coast toward Georgia and the Carolinas.

  • Hot and Humid this Labor Day with a Few Afternoon Storms

    Overall, your Labor Day weather is shaping up to be typical for early September in Acadiana. The morning starts off warm and humid with a few areas of fog. During the afternoon, temperatures are expected to climb near 92° as the heat index reaches into the low 100s. Similar to Sunday, isolated showers and storms [

  • Video: Flooding rain moves in for some Wednesday afternoon

    Heavy rain could cause some flooding Wednesday afternoon.

  • Video: Showers, storms across Mass. Wednesday

    Kelly Ann breaks down the forecast, including when you will see the greatest threat for thunderstorms.

  • Storms Move Through DC Area During Wednesday PM Commute

    Severe thunderstorms came through parts of D.C. and surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia during the Wednesday evening commute. The storms produced heavy rain and strong winds and brought some trees down along their path. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer says storms could linger until about 8 p.m. Temperatures  were in the 90s earlier, but felt closer to 100 degrees due to the humidity. 'A Horrific Day:' DC Area...