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Spring allergies can cause a lot of misery for millions of people in the United States; knowing the most challenging places to live with spring allergies can help people in these areas be more aware of what may contribute to their allergy symptoms.
The end of April marks the anniversary of the 2011 Super Outbreak, one of the most devastating and deadly tornado outbreaks in US history. Between April 25 and 28, severe thunderstorms spawned tornadoes in over a dozen states in the eastern U.S. This video was shot by Reed Timmer, who was stormchasing at the time.
Another stretch of warm, dry weather is eyeing the northeastern United States after rounds of rain into the end of the week.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has released thousands of images from the Rosetta probe mission to study celestial bodies in the solar system. These images prompted someone to turn them into a GIF of a comet landscape reminiscent of a silent-era film.
A change in the weather pattern is likely to trigger one or more rounds of severe weather, including tornadoes, over the central United States next week.
Visitors are flocking to the botanical gardens in Tucson, Arizona to see the corpse flower. The corpse flower can take up to 10 years to bloom and is one of the world’s largest and rarest flowers.
Keep healthy during a trip by planning ahead and understanding what triggers your allergy symptoms.
The western United States has gotten an early taste of summer this week, but a pattern change will bring cloudy, damp and cooler conditions by the weekend.
Fakir peaked in intensity as a severe tropical storm before striking La Reunion early Tuesday morning.
Researchers and environmentalists are alarmed at the growing garbage patch located in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii. It is twice the size of Texas and it is still getting larger at an accelerating rate.
The most-viewed eclipse in history had an unexpected witness: A Google Street View car drives right to the edge of totality, offering a surprising celestial treat for visitors scoping out the event in Maryland Heights, Missouri.