A more active period is ahead as we transition from very warm to colder than usual. It might even be cold enough for us to see some snow in a few places.
The Pinery bushfire began around noon on Wednesday, Nov.25, and continues to wreak havoc. Two people have been killed and at least 13 people have been injured.
After a gnarly wipeout, this kayaker injured his back and was unable to swim out of the rapids to shore. Luckily, a rescuer was nearby and jumped into the water to save him.
A Ford 350 truck was stuck in the snow on an uphill incline and two draft horses, Iceman and Mario, came to the rescue. They pulled the truck out with all their strength.
The first major snowstorm of fall/winter season of 2015 swept over the Midwest last weekend, and a NOAA/NASA satellite got a great picture of what it looked like early Monday morning, Nov. 23.
A woman in Moscow, Russia, gets out of her car to have a word with the driver behind her and the car makes a run for it!
Snow blanketed Beijing from Sunday to Monday, prompting flight cancellations and expressway closures. The Beijing Municipal Committee deployed 66,000 people to shovel snow overnight.
This crazy footage shows a guy in Narooma, Australia, getting stuck in a cave by a giant swarm of bugs that won't allow him to leave!
Footage of a tornado that touched down near Denair, California, on Nov. 15. There were 21 homes damaged by the EF-1 tornado, which had winds between 86 and 110 mph.
The pressure was on maintenance crews at Kinnick Stadium to get the field ready for the Iowa Hawkeyes. This timelapse shows their persistent battle against the steadily falling snow Saturday morning.
Nov 23, 2015; 8:16 AM Dakota took advantage of the first major winter storm on Nov. 21 to make snow angels. The storm swept over the Great Lakes region, dumping as much as 8 to 12 inches of snow in some parts.