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Evidence is mounting that the El Nino ocean-warming phenomenon in the Pacific will spawn a rainy winter in California, potentially easing the state's punishing drought but also bringing the risk of chaotic storms like those that battered the region in the late 1990
After waves of cool air progress through the Midwest and Northeast this week, some areas will be cold enough for the first snow showers of the season by.
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<p>Millions of people in the United States could be forced to abandon their homes if planet-warming emissions continue unabated through 2100, pushing global sea levels up by more than 14 feet (4.2 meters), researchers said.</p&g
Frightening video captures the moment a waterspout in Tampa, Florida, overtook motorists and tore into a U.S. postal truc
<p>Every snowflake is unique. Click through for some of the most beautiful pictures of snowflakes.</p&g
A second volcano is once again spewing plumes of ash in the mountain chain near Ecuador's capital.The country's Geophysics Institute says the Tungurahua volcano shot out several bursts of gas and ash over the weekend, with one reaching more than a mile (about 2 kilometers) above 16,475-foot.
Meteorologist Danielle Banks discusses some storms moving east across an already drenched are
<p>A "blob" of abnormally cold water in the North Atlantic, located near Greenland, has the potential to put enough drag on the ocean current to impact weather conditions in the years to come.</p&g
<p>Recently, a viral video of rare volcanic lightning footage has been making the rounds on social media. It’s easy to see why. The dramatic clip appears to show flecks of lightning dancing though an ominous volcanic plume, the likes of which most viewers have never seen.</p&g
Between 1900 and 2015, there have been more than 10,000 “strong” quakes around the worl
<p>Rainfall opportunities this week across the Southwest may be the beginning of more substantial drought relief heading into the winter as an El Niño-fueled weather pattern takes shape in the region.</p&g
New research by scientists at the University of Wyoming has found that extreme wildfire seasons are nothing new in the Rocky Mountain region: They also happened hundreds of years ago, after global temperatures had risen slightly.
<p>From massive flooding in South Carolina to snow falling in Moscow, here is a look at the week's best weather images.</p&g
<p></p><p>Heavy rain returned to parts of South Carolina on Saturday as thousands continued digging out and cleaning up from last weekend's deluge that left behind disastrous flooding.</p&g
Extreme weather is prompting school systems to think outside the box to figure out alternatives for students losing too many days in the classroom due to calamities from blizzards to heat waves to floods and more. But the solution to make up for lost days is sparking anger among some parent
Winter will kick off with mild weather in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic as an intensifying El Niño influences the weather pattern across the countrTropical Storm Nora is strengthening as it heads into the Central Pacific and could soon become a hurricane, though there is no current threat to lan
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A Southern California heat wave that's shattered records has left thousands of people without electricity.The Department of Water and Power says an outage sparked by high demand left about 1,000 west Los Angeles residents without power about 11 p.m. Frida
<p>For the past year, the world’s corals have been getting increasingly pummeled by climate change. Now with El Niño kicking ocean heat into overdrive, much of the world’s oceans have turned deadly for the world’s corals.</p&g
<p>Remnants of Pacific Hurricane Oho battered Alaska's southeast coast on Friday, the latest unusual weather event to hit a state that so far this year has dealt with a lack of snow, warmer temperatures and intense wildfires.</p&g
Meteorologist Domenica Davis explains the green glow that appeared in the eastern sky Thursday nigh
Making good on a long-delayed threat that was reiterated last week by Gov. Chris Christie, New Jersey went to court Thursday to seize 87 publicly owned beach parcels to be used for a protective dune system that a South Jersey shore town and its residents bitterly oppose.The state attorney general's office and the Department of Environmental Protection acted less than a week after Christie called Margate "among the most selfish people in the state of New Jersey" for refusing to allow the dunes to be built.The town, just south of Atlantic City, says its wooden bulkheads are sufficient to protect against ocean.
Residents in parts of the United States and Europe were treated to an unexpected light show when the aurora borealis created a bright display of lights on Wednesda
Meterologist Ari Sarsalari shows the possible outcomes from El Nino into sprin
Froth from polluted water is overtaking roads in Bangalore and filling the air with a noxious stenc
Ecuador's restive Cotopaxi volcano has been spewing plumes of ash and gas far above its crater and volcanologists say its activity has been on the upswing.The country's Geophysics Institute says Cotopaxi shot out a plume more than a mile (2 kilometers) high on Wednesday, and an impressive new emission burst from the volcano on Thursday. And it says incandescent.
Twenty seven inches of rain over five days. More than 15 inches in just 10 hours. Those are just a couple of the unfathomable amounts of rain that fell in parts of South and North Carolina last weekend in the storm that killed at least 17 people and caused in the neighborhood of $1 billion in damage. Meteorologists called it a “thousand-year event”.
<p> The changing of seasons is appreciated by animals as well as humans. Lets have a look at some pictures of animals enjoying the autumn season of 2015. </p&g
<p>The unrelenting heavy rainfall that soaked the Carolinas in the past week amounted to roughly 11 trillion gallons — enough to end the drought in California.</p&g
Mud and rock engulfed Santa Catarina Pinula, burying alive families, killing at least 137 people and leaving hundreds unaccounted fo
<p>In lieu of direct impact from Hurricane Joaquin, what led to historic rainfall in the Carolinas this past weekend? According to AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams, "I have never seen rainfall this intense, in this large of an area and during this short of a period in absence of direct impact from a tropical storm or hurricane."</p&g
Volcán de Colima experienced an eruption in the early hours of October 5. A huge plume of ash was sent thousands of meters into the air. According to local reports, the eruption posed no risk to local residents. The Mexican government department in charge of civil protection did, however, advise locals to follow recommendations if the ash spread. Credit: YouTube/webcamsdemexi
Catastrophic wildfires in the Western U.S. are often discussed in superlatives these days, with blazes burning land more violently and more frequently in recent years than at any point on record. Those changes are considered partly driven by global warming, and a new University of Wyoming study shows that even the smallest increase in average temperature — 0.5°C (0.9°F) — could bring a dramatic increase in wildfire activity at higher elevations.
Relentless rains and floodwaters brought much of South Carolina to a standstill
South Carolina has taken a hit after a weekend of catastrophic flood
In the San Joaquin Valley, a legacy of shortsighted land-use planning has intensified the water crisis for poor resident
Scientists are warning that intense wildfires in the northernmost areas of North America are changing the composition of the tundra ecosystem, degrading permafrost and contributing to a northward migration of trees, all of which have serious implications for the future of the climate.
<p>Geologists think that the eastern slope of Fogo volcano crashed into the sea some 65,000 to 124,000 years ago, leaving a giant scar where a new volcano can be seen growing in this satellite image.</p&g
About 20 percent of the United States is more susceptible to sinkholes than the rest of the country.
If you're still not convinced that the fall season has arrived, then take a few moments and look around you. There are telltale signs that summer has made way for the fall seaso
The long list of maladies attributed to El Niño continues to grow. In addition to affecting weather patterns around the world, the climate phenomenon also has a profound impact on ocean levels in the Pacific that can hurt coral reefs.
Edward R. Murrow’s stunning account of riding a B-29 into Hurricane Edna in 19