Despite weakening and taking a track south of the Big Island, Major Hurricane Lane will still stir dangerous seas… More
As the Indonesian island of Lombok continues to recover from the devastating earthquake earlier this month, two more powerful tremors jolted the island in a span of less than 12 hours to end the weekend.
A powerful 6.3 magnitude earthquake triggered landslides in the mountainous regions of Lombok, Indonesia on August 19. This video shows the Red Cross workers running with people to bring them to shelter and shows the damage it caused.
Despite weakening and taking a track south of the Big Island, Major Hurricane Lane will still stir dangerous seas across the Hawaiian Islands this week.
The northeastern United States will be treated to an even stronger push of refreshing air later this week but not before drenching thunderstorms ramp back up across the region by midweek.
This newly released footage from California officials shows what they called a “fire tornado” burning in Redding as the Carr Fire entered the city on July 26, resulting in the death of one firefighter. A report from CAL Fire says the spinning column of fire, which had a base the size of three football fields and was aided by winds up to 165 miles an hour, killed Jeremy Stoke in seconds.
A sweep of cooler air in the central United States will be preceded by disruptive downpours and locally strong thunderstorms into the start of the new week.
About nine inches of rain fell in less than 14 hours leaving many vehicles trapped underwater. Several rescues were reported in Watertown, Wisconsin on Aug. 17.
As near-record heat ramps up in the northwestern United States into midweek, wildfire and poor air quality concerns will also mount.
Of the more than 614,000 bridges standing in the United States, many of them face the threat of damage from extreme natural events.
Heavy rainfall over the state of Kerala, India, caused major swells in the Muthirapuzha River in Munnar. Video shot on August 14 shows vehicles crossing a one-lane bridge before it was taken over by the river and deemed impassable. Nearly 100 people have been killed as a result of flooding.
Residents of southern Japan and South Korea are being put on alert for strengthening Typhoon Soulik to pose serious threats to lives and property Tuesday into Thursday.
Six years ago, superstorm Sandy left the Red Hook community in Brooklyn underwater and without power or communications. A local non-profit group set up free networks that run off solar panels so they can be used in times of crisis.
Some relief will come to the hard-hit Indian state of Kerala, where thousands have been rescued from the deadly flooding.
From severe flooding in Pennsylvania to dog friends having different views on water, here are the top videos of the week.