Monster Asteroid to Whiz by Earth

Earth gets a close encounter Monday evening as an asteroid as big as three football fields whizzes by at 27,000 mph. The asteroid isn't a...

Track Map for Hurricane Lane

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Winter Storm Xyler Hits Millions in Northeast US This Weekend

It may be late April, but Winter Storm Xyler will make you forget that it is spring in the southern Great Lakes this weekend...

The Wrath of the Mother Hurricane Irma

Mass evacuations are underway today after Hurricane Irma slammed into the Caribbean with 185mph winds as aid agencies braced for a 'major humanitarian response'. America's...

Tornado Warning Issued for Houston, Several Tornadoes Seen

Tornadoes touched down Tuesday morning in several locations across southeast Texas. A confirmed tornado was first reported about 8:20 a.m. near Rosenberg in Fort Bend...

Beneficial Rain Will Come With Risk of Strong Storms Across the Southern US

One more cross-country storm is forecast to sweep through the central United States before the end of the year. While the rain will be...

Study of 17 Climate Models Finds Past Forecasting of Climate Change Has Proven Remarkable...

The computer models used to simulate what heat-trapping gases will do to global temperatures have been pretty spot-on in their predictions, a new study...

Not Finished Yet: Nation Feels Toll of Massive Winter Storm; Over Half a Million...

The number of power outages that occurred across 16 states and the District of Columbia during the latest winter storm dropped to 525,273 early...

Weather Forecasters Tell New York Celebrators to Bring Their Umbrellas as Rain Is Expected...

It's going to be a very wet night for the one million people who plan to stand for hours in Times Square to watch...

Tropical Storm Nate Kills 22 People, Threatens U.S. Gulf Coast as Possible Hurricane

Newly formed Tropical Storm Nate was blamed Thursday for at least 22 deaths in Central America as it dumped rain across the region on...

Storm Winds Force Waterfalls to Move Upwards Instead of Down

Storm winds force waterfalls to move up instead of down 💨 SOURCE: Twitter Moments
Eta Makes Landfall on Cuba With 65 MPH Winds as Death Toll Skyrockets in Central America

Eta Makes Landfall on Cuba With 65 MPH Winds as Death Toll Skyrockets in...

Eta, now back to tropical storm strength, slammed into Cuba by Sunday morning after leaving behind a trail of catastrophic damage and a rising...
Storm Updates: Laura Is Predicted To Be Category 2 Hurricane In Gulf; Marco Fizzles

Storm Updates: Laura Is Predicted To Be Category 2 Hurricane In Gulf; Marco Fizzles

Laura is expected to make landfall on the Texas-Louisiana border late Wednesday or early Thursday. Forecasts have both storms bringing heavy rain to some...

WATCH: Over 400,000 Without Power as Winter Storm Blasts Southern, Eastern States

Emergency crews deployed for battle Wednesday with a vicious ice storm that cut off power for hundreds of thousands of people across the Southeast...

Winter Storm Could Drop 6 Inches of Snow on South Dakota

Forecasters say a winter-like storm with unseasonably cold temperatures could deliver 6 inches of snow to western South Dakota. A cold front moving in overnight...

Double Rainbow Captured Over Washington, D. C. In Amazing Photos

People in the Washington, D.C., area walked outside on April 4 to find a picture-perfect sight: a double rainbow stretching above our nation's capital. "A...

Five Dead, Over 600 Injured as Heaviest Snow in 20 Years Hits Japan

The heaviest snow in two decades has struck Tokyo and other areas across Japan, leaving five dead and over 600 others injured. More than 740...
Texans’ fury as downtown Houston glows while they freeze in darkness after winter storm Uri knocks out power grid leaving 5million without electricity in energy-rich Lone Star state

Texans’ fury as downtown Houston glows while they freeze in darkness after winter storm...

Furious Texans who have been without electricity for two straight days are demanding answers as to why the energy rich state has been left...
U.S. Northeast digs out after massive snowstorm, two deadBy Nathan Layne  Feb 2 (Reuters) – People across the U.S. Northeast were digging themselves out on Tuesday after a powerful storm blanketed parts of the region with more than 2 feet of snow, prompting airlines to cancel flights and contributing to at least two deaths.  The nor’easter – an East Coast storm whose winds blow from the northeast – cut power to thousands of households, and halted some subway and train service in and around New York City. It dropped about 30 inches (76 cm) of snow in parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and up to 18 inches (46 cm) in New York City.  The snowy weather was expected to continue in parts of the Northeast, with a stretch from upstate New York to northern Maine hit the hardest, the National Weather Service said in its latest forecast on Tuesday. Snow could develop in the Upper Midwest on Wednesday before the storm runs its course, it said.  In Allentown, Pennsylvania, a 67-year-old woman suffering from Alzheimer’s disease was found lying dead in the snow on Monday after wandering away from her home, police said.  A man in Newark, New Jersey, died after being found lying in the snow on Monday, according to police officials, who said the death was not considered suspicious.  In New York City, public transit was coming back to life. Outdoor subway service, which had been suspended, resumed, buses were running on reduced schedules, and the area’s major commuter railroads had resumed partial or full operations.  The city’s LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport, where flights were canceled on Monday, both said they were working to clear the snow and that they expected activity to pick up later on Tuesday.  The storm prompted widespread closings of schools and COVID-19 vaccination sites. In Connecticut, about 10,000 vaccination appointments were canceled on Monday, with plans to reschedule them for later this week. (Reporting by Nathan Layne and Maria Caspani; additional reporting by Dan Whitcomb in Los Angeles; editing by Kenneth Maxwell and Jonathan Oatis)

U.S. Northeast digs out after massive snowstorm, two dead

By Nathan Layne Feb 2 (Reuters) - People across the U.S. Northeast were digging themselves out on Tuesday after a powerful storm blanketed parts of...
Polar vortex could bring rare May snow, low temps to US East on Mother’s Day weekend

Polar vortex could bring rare May snow, low temps to US East on Mother’s...

The northeastern U.S. is about to get a cold spring farewell from winter’s bad boy, the polar vortex, which could bring rare May snowfall...