Springlike warmth will quickly surge back in across the northeastern United States following recent snowfall. More
A swath of ice will trigger significant travel disruptions across the Midwest and may leave some residents in the dark through Tuesday night.
Villages on the slopes of the Sinabung volcano in Indonesia are covered in a gloomy ash as Mount Sinabung erupted Monday morning. Ash spewed more than 5,000 meters (16,000 feet) into the atmosphere. No fatalities or injuries have been reported.
Repeated downpours will elevate the risk of flash, urban and river flooding along a 1,500-mile-long swath of the central United States into midweek.
Springlike warmth will quickly surge back in across the northeastern United States following recent snowfall.
Conditions may evolve to not only bring thunderstorms but also the potential for locally severe weather to parts of the south-central United States this week.
These two daredevils ride their Ducati Multistrada motorcycles on a frozen river in Kyiv, Ukraine on February 3 and the outcome isn't surprising.
For animals that are already endangered, vulnerable or threatened, the effects of climate change, especially the human component, could be the difference between extinction and survival.
Ever wanted to try bobsledding? Find out where you can give it a shot in the United States.
The unseasonably cold air that has settled over the western United States will be in no hurry to leave into the end of February.
As day zero loom's for Cape Town, South Africa, the city has turned to desalination as a way to help with its rapidly decreasing water supply.
Florida's Gov. Rick Scott announced he will be directing the state transportation agency to implement fixes to improve the state’s hurricane evacuation routes, as well as improving fuel supplies.
After months of drought, the moment rain finally fell in Cape Town was celebrated by people across the city, including this woman, who decided to take advantage of the rainwater by washing her hair. The city in South Africa has been experiencing three years of drought and officials have warned the city's water may be shut off in June.
As many as 17 people were killed on Monday after being buried by debris when heavy rain caused a large mound of garbage to collapse in Mozambique's capital.