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While rivers are already rising, a new storm will further heighten the risk for flooding and severe weather across the lower Mississippi and Tennessee valleys around the middle of the upcoming week. After the weekend ends with rain further soaking the ground across the region and eastward to the Carolinas, more wet weather will quickly return by midweek. The same storm set to bring disruptive snow and ice to the Central states, as well as the...
The growing realization that extreme weather events are going to become more common due to global warming is forcing South Carolina officials to reevaluate how they prepare for natural disasters. Republican Gov. Henry McMaster created the South Carolina Floodwater Commission Late last year. The commission's goal is to figure out how to better combat flooding unleashed by hurricanes, rising ocean levels and other rain systems upstream that send rivers and creeks over their banks.
Below-normal temperatures will accompany bouts of rain and snow across the western United States through next week. "A stormy pattern with chilly air will continue for the Pacific states and into the Southwest through the middle of next week and beyond," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Jack Boston said. While California residents can breath a sigh of relief that no storms will bring a repeat of last week's wind, rain and snow, the chilly,...
A couple of winter storms are expected to come to town this week, one Sunday night into Monday and and another Wednesday night into Thursday. After a sunny, relatively mild day in Boston Saturday, with a high temperature of about 40 degrees, clouds are expected to increase throughout the day on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. From a high temperature near 34 degrees, a chance for snow begins Sunday night as temperatures fall to...
A multiple-vehicle crash near Donner Pass on Saturday morning stopped eastbound traffic on I-80 heading towards Truckee. At 11:04 a.m., Caltrans tweeted that "traffic is at a standstill" due to an accident that blocked multiple lanes. Caltrans said an hour later that the vehicles have been removed from the road, but people should still expect major delays. RELATED: Things are getting so bad on Highway 50, CHP is pleading with people to stop...
Entrances to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks are now closed due to "whiteout conditions."
Here are some of the most destructive weather events from Australia's history. 
Here are 10 facts on one of nature's most powerful and devastating forces.
<p>A view of winter weather throughout the United States.</p>
What a difference an atmospheric river makes. The superstorm with a vapor plume pulling moisture from the South Pacific drenched the Bay Area with rain this week, giving the region a bump in rainfall and literally wiping drought off the map (that is, for now). The federal government's U.S. Drought Monitor map is one measurement for drought that's mainly used in agriculture, and the latest iteration released Feb. 12 shows the San Francisco Bay...
Gusty winds during a recent storm broke a branch of a famous cypress tree on California's northern coast. The Pebble Beach Company said Friday that despite the damage, an arborist has recently examined the Lone Cypress and confirmed it's "healthy and remains secure on its rocky perch."
Interstate 80 remains is closed from Colfax to the Nevada state line due to snow and whiteout conditions, Caltrans said. The closure began Thursday night as a snow storm created whiteout conditions in the Sierra and at the Lake Tahoe basin. By Friday morning, whiteout conditions persisted. Caltrans also closed Highway 20 at Nevada City. Around 5 p.m., Caltrans said it hopes to reopen I-80 to passenger traffic by the evening as the weather became...
Two earthquakes gauged small in strength shook the Salt Lake City area Friday morning. University of Utah Seismograph Stations put the quakes that occurred shortly after 5 a.m. at magnitude 3.2 and 3.7 and said they were centered on the suburb of Bluffdale and occurred about 5.5 miles (8.8 kilometers) deep.
<p>The best photos from this week's weather events around the world.</p>
A storm coming together in the central United States on Friday is expected to develop wintry precipitation before streaking eastward to the mid-Atlantic through Saturday. On Friday, snow will accompany a major cooldown over Nebraska, Kansas and northern Missouri. Where snow falls the longest in the Plains, up to 6 inches can accumulate from Rapid City through central Nebraska, northern Kansas and central Missouri. Despite springlike temperatures...
U.S. forecasters say El Nino is back, but it's weak. It's also late in the year for an El Nino to form so forecasters don't expect this one to have significant impacts. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration made the announcement Thursday. The warming of the central Pacific often changes weather worldwide, but forecasters don't think this El Nino will last long.
The storm that hit the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range Wednesday was so powerful, a 164-mph gust was recorded on a ridge near Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort. To put this wind speed in perspective, 140-mph winds have been known to pick up and hurl baseball-sized rocks. If a 164-mph wind was sustained, it would be considered a category 5 catastrophic hurricane. "Even in winds of 120 mph, you can't stand under your own force," said Tom Padham, a...
El Niño has looked “imminent” since October, but the wait is over. Happy Valentines Day-Niño to all the climate nerds.
NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, could have hardly picked a more opportune time for its new weather satellite to go operational. The biggest winter storm of the season was bearing down on the Pacific coast. The satellite, GOES-17, is NOAA's primary geostationary satellite for detecting and monitoring Pacific storm systems, fog, wildfires and other weather phenomena that affect the western United States, Alaska, and...
Stacker has ranked the most expensive climate disasters by the billions since 1980 by total cost of all damages, adjusted for inflation. Data were used from the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). In just the past year, the United States saw 11 weather and climate events that resulted in 105 deaths and cost more than $1 billion dollars each.
Tuesday’s not-very-impressive snowstorm doubled Boston’s snowfall total so far this season. But the National Weather Service said it’s too soon to say the worst of winter is over. “So far we’re well below normal for snowfall in Boston, but that’s not to say the last week and a half of February and March couldn’t be snowy. We’ve had snowstorms with significant snow in early April,” meteorologist Alan Dunham of the National Weather Service in...
18 million trees died just last year. That poses a huge fire and injury hazard.
It triggered torrential rains, flooded roadways, a treacherous morning commute and mudslides
The polar vortex plunged into the midwestern and northeastern United States at the end of January, shattering numerous daily records and even toppling a few all-time cold records.&nbsp;
Tens of thousands of people were without power in Washington state and there were concerns about flooding in western Washington and Oregon as snow turned to rain in many parts of the Pacific Northwest
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