By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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Cyclone Mahasan weakened Thursday afternoon into a tropical storm, causing far less damage than had been feared as it passed over Bangladesh and sparing Myanmar almost entirely.
Rain forced NHRA officials to postpone the NHRA Southern Nationals until next weekend.
Apparently, global warming has left the building. It's May 1, and 5 inches of snow are predicted for the Rockies.
Heavy rain, lightning and a severe weather warning have disrupted Wednesday's Pro-Am event at the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic, briefly forcing players and fans to take shelter in the TPC Louisiana clubhouse.
Nearly an hour before first pitch, the crew had hauled off a majority of the eight inches of snow that covered the outfield grass. There were still mounds stacked up in front of the dugouts.
Colorado Rockies owner Dick Monfort is among the grounds crew shoveling snow in the hope his team will squeeze in a doubleheader against the New York Mets on Tuesday.
IndyCar has postponed next week's Indianapolis 500 rookie orientation because of possible rain and chill.
A minor league team in Maine has postponed a game because of cold weather and a frozen field.
Responding to criticism after Superstorm Sandy, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday it would change the way it warns people about tropical storms that morph into something else.
Old Man Winter's final attempt to wreak havoc in the D.C. area wrinkled a few schedules, but not the plans of Mother Nature.
A prosecutor in Ohio has filed a criminal "indictment" against Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog who makes an annual appearance to predict the start of spring.
Government forecasters say much of the United States can expect a warm spring and persistent drought.
With the planet heating up, many scientists seem fairly certain some weather elements like hurricanes and droughts will worsen. But tornadoes have them stumped.
A winter storm marched into the Mid-Atlantic region Wednesday, dumping nearly two feet of snow in some places and knocking out power to about 250,000 homes and businesses.
A storm that promised the first significant snowfall accumulation in two years was mostly a bust, dropping a sloppy wet slush inside the Capital Beltway on Wednesday but delivering more significant snow in the Washington area's outer suburbs.