Thousands of people lost power across the Northeast on Christmas morning due a storm that swept the region Thursday night and early Friday morning.
After being lashed by both Laura and Delta within the span of just a few weeks, Lake Charles, La., is struggling to recover from the damage, and with national attention focusing elsewhere, some residents and officials are worried they will not receive the aid they require to rebuild.
Tropical Depression Delta drenched southwestern Louisiana with nearly a foot and a half of rainfall, causing flash floods and heavy winds that cut power to hundreds of thousands Saturday.
The National Weather Service said Los Angeles County experienced its highest official temperature ever recorded on Sunday.
Residents in Denver are set to experience summer and winterlike temperatures within the span of just 24 hours.