Cloudy with a chance of pop star - one of the world's most famous performers, Katy Perry, performs in front of a weather map.
The singer adds to a long list of celebrities playing weather forecasters.
CNN'S Jeanne Moos reports.
Television weathermen have to deal with everything from hail storms to hurricanes, but what happens when it starts raining spiders?
CNN's Jeanne Moos has the answer OutFront.
Help will soon be on the way to farmers in California who are struggling to make ends meet as they suffer through the worst drought in the state's history.
President Obama saw the dry devastation first hand Friday and pledged $100 million in disaster relief.
The money will go to the farmers responsible for nearly half of all the fruits, vegetables and nuts grown in this country.
“Water has been seen as a zero-sum game: agriculture against urban, north against south,” Obama said.“Water has been seen as a zero-sum game: agriculture against urban, north against south," Obama said.
And it's not just the farmers who've been hit hard. With only three inches of rain in parts of California this season, some towns are also running of out clean drinking water.
But we found one place that's making it through the drought thanks to an unlikely source - beer.
CNN's Dan Simon's OutFront with the story.
Millions of Americans are digging out from the massive winter storm that has pummeled the east coast.
But what if you could get rid of that shovel and clear your driveway from the comfort of your own living room?
CNN's Jeanne Moos has the story OutFront.
At least 16 deaths are being blamed on the massive storm, including a pregnant woman who was killed in New York by a private snow plow as she was loading groceries into her car. Her unborn baby was delivered by C-section and is in critical condition.
More than 600 thousand homes are still without power as snow and ice have knocked down trees and power lines.
Icy runways and poor visibility have led to at least seven thousand flight cancellations, leaving more than a million air travelers stranded by the storm.
Most major cities on the east coast were shut down, but New York city public schools were open and many residents weren't happy about it. Mayor Bill DeBlasio defended his decision claiming it was an unexpected forecast, but that didn't add up to NBC's Al Roker who blasted the mayor on Twitter.
"How dare @NYCMayorsOffice @NYCSchools throw NWS – (the national weather service) under the school bus. Forecast was on time and on the money"
— Al Roker (@alroker) February 13, 2014
CNN's Zain Asher is in New York with more OutFront.