September 5, 2015
Storms could ruin outdoor activities across the Southeast, Missouri Valley and the Four Corners.more >
A new tropical depression has developed, joining Tropical Storm Fred in keeping the Atlantic Basin active in the days leading up to the peak of hurricane season.
From June to August, Arizona's winds blow in from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico producing a wind shift that brings torrential rain and dust storms called haboobs -- this all called the monsoon season.
The Northwest and Southwest were targeted by gusty, damaging storms, while a rare tropical feat occurred in the Pacific.Read Story >
A team of researchers studied tree ring data and found that drought can set back the ability of trees to absorb carbon dioxide by as much as four years.Read Story >