Snow wreaked havoc in New England this week while drought conditions in Mexico completely revealed a 400-year-old church.
Experts weigh in on the worst pollen locations in the United States and why they top the list.
Stretching for nearly 25,000 miles in a horseshoe shape that encircles the Pacific Ocean, the Ring of Fire is home to some of the most powerful, awe-inspiring and deadly forces seen on our dynamic planet.
After a series of winter storms blasted through the Northeast this past week, warm weather is in the forecast for much of the country.
In line with Punxsutawney Phil’s 2017 prognostication, forecasters are predicting winter weather will linger into spring across much of the United States.
Many have tried snow ice cream, also known as snow cream. But exactly how risky is it to eat snow?
While a storm into Thursday will spare much of the northeastern US from receiving heavy snow, the storm will hit northern New England and neighboring Canada hard with more snow and wind.
One of the biggest storms so far this winter dumped feet of snow over parts of New England, bringing travel to a halt and closing schools across the region.
While there will be few weather-related concerns for Valentine's Day across the United States, two storms may cause travel problems over central areas.
Evacuation orders have been lifted for the nearly 200,000 residents that live in Oroville, California, and surrounding areas, with officials continuing to work to fix the damaged emergency spillway at the Oroville Dam.