Photographer Jeff Miles was taking photographs of the night sky in Western Australia on Tuesday when he witnessed a bright purple lightning bolt.
The worst air turbulence could become more common because of climate change, according to a new study out of the University of Reading published in Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.
A rainy winter has made for incredible displays of flowers throughout Southern California.
Baseball season is officially under way — a sure (and welcome) sign of summer.
A sizable snowpack has accumulated over the winter in California thanks to a spate of storms that nearly wiped out the deep, devastating drought.
Constant warmth stymied Arctic sea ice growth this winter, setting a record-low maximum for the third year in a row.
In mid-March, snow and ice still frost the ground and winter's grip feels as strong as ever in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere.
Cases of Lyme disease in Michigan have risen dramatically in recent years, and a new study links that trend to larger and more widespread tick populations.