It’s horse-racing time and weather can place a pivotal role in the races themselves and even the revelry around the races (as we learned with the deluge on last year’s Kentucky Derby). Some that, of course, is key to all horse races (other than the horses and jockeys) is the track.
With millions of planes flying and hundreds of thousands of thunderstorms across the United States every year, what happens when lightning strikes an aircraft? Meteorologist Tawana Andrew explains in this week's Science Behind the Forecast.
River House Restaurant and Raw Bar and Levee at the River House previously said they would remain open until they couldn't. On Tuesday, both restaurants announced they would be closed until the river goes down, starting on Wednesday.
#scatteredsmotheredandrecover is more than a hashtag to Waffle House, it's proof of their dedication to disaster preparedness and the communities they serve. Learn about the Waffle House Index on this week's Science Behind the Forecast.