Rounds of rain and thunderstorms will heighten the risk of flooding from Texas to Missouri and Tennessee during the… More
From an Alabama college devastated by a tornado to a bald eagle protecting her eggs in a nor'easter, here are the top… More
A taste of spring is in store for the northeastern U.S. for the final week of March while the storm-battered region gets a break from nor'easters for several days.
The annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C has been pushed back a day as protesters gather for the "March for our Lives" rally.
Despite a dismal start to the rainy season, recent storms have helped to ease fears of water shortages across California during the upcoming drier months.
The California Office of Emergency Service shared this rescue of a man stranded on floodwaters in Sacramento, California on March 22. The man was not injured. The Cal OES reminds people to "turn around, don't drown" in the face of severe flooding.
Rounds of rain and thunderstorms will heighten the risk of flooding from Texas to Missouri and Tennessee during the early and middle part of this week.
From shocking video of tornado damage at an Alabama college to a bald eagle protecting her eggs during in nor'easter, here are the top videos of the week in case you missed them.
This elephant in Nagarahole National Park in India shocked many scientists many it appeared to exhale a large cloud of smoke. The elephant is seen picking up something from the forest floor and closing its mouth and then exhaling the smoke. Scientists are guessing it may have been trying to ingest the wood charcoal.
Major flash flooding in Catheys Valley, California led to this road being completely washed away on March 22.
The first day of spring passed this week, but flu viruses continue to circulate in the United States. The flu has been severe this season with experts estimating that it may cost the nation nearly $1 billion more than last year.
The Rebikoff Foundation just recently released a video of a rare deep-sea anglerfish spotted off the coast of Portugal on August 2016. It shows a parasitic dwarf male permanently attached to the larger female anglerfish. Dwarf males do this in order to reproduce.
Unseasonably cold conditions and heavy snow in parts of the northeastern United States over the past few weeks have led the National Park Service to push back the peak bloom dates for Washington, D.C.’s popular cherry blossoms.
Up to 150 whales were stranded at Hamelin Bay, Western Australia.
With the long Easter holiday a week away, many across the United Kingdom may be wondering what the weather will be like and how it may impact travel and festivities.