The landslide, which occurred on Friday morning, is believed to have overtaken the miners while they slept. The landslide was an estimated 2 million cubic meters of debris, enough to cover roughly 1.5 square miles, which overtook the mine in Gyama Village in the Tibetan Plateau.
Over 3,000 rescuers searched for more than a day before finding the remains of one of the workers. The other 82 bodies have yet to be discovered, according to the Chinese State Media.
Rescue efforts were hampered by snow which fell on Saturday. There will be a continued threat for some rain and snowfall into Monday which can continue to delay any rescue efforts.
The cause of the landslide is not yet known and an investigation is ongoing. Several mining disasters have shed a negative light on the Chinese mining industry in recent years.
Hundreds of colorful hot air balloons will dot the blue skies above Albuquerque, New Mexico, this weekend as the 43rd annual Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta begins.
After a wet September, drier weather will finally arrive in Florida for the new month.
Fall air will erase the record warmth that has been gripping the Northeast, while chilly air is set to charge into the Midwest by week's end.
Locally damaging thunderstorms may travel across a thousand-mile stretch as a new storm system pushes across the Central states Wednesday through Friday.
Unusually high water temperatures throughout the North Pacific Ocean have brought sightings of uncommon species to the area as well as concerns from researchers about how it could affect native species.
While Kammuri curved east of Japan over the weekend, a bigger threat looms by late this week.
Second severe hurricane in two weeks struck the Carolinas -- destroyed Onslow, Co. Courthouse along with all its records. Beacon Island disappeared.
Gulf States/ Carolinas (1837)
H.M.S. Racer dismasted in Gulf of Mexico. Famous Racer's Hurricane swept from Texas through Gulf States to Cape Hatteras.
Louisiana Bayou County (1893)
Hurricane generated storm wave - killed 2,000. 12-foot tides; central pressure 970 mb; 100+ mph winds.