While crests have occurred along the major rivers in the Carolina Midlands, the surge of water has reached areas just… More
Summerlike warmth and humidity surging back into the Midwest, Ohio Valley and Northeast will set the stage for a multi-day severe weather outbreak following a brief taste of fall last weekend.
More than 3,500 homes in Ottawa remained without electricity on Monday morning, September 24, after a tornado passed through several neighborhoods on Friday, reportedly destroying at least 50 homes and causing multiple injuries. This drown shows the damage wrought by the tornado on the Arlington Woods neighborhood of Ottawa, where officials said was the worst-affected area.
While crests have occurred along the major rivers in the Carolina Midlands, the surge of water has reached areas just inland of the coast and will keep some coastal rivers, such as the Waccamaw, at major to record flood stage into October.
As severe storms moved through the southeast and are headed towards the Ohio Valley, two homes and a barn were damaged from a possible tornado.
Following a brief lull in tropical weather across the Atlantic Basin, two storms were named over the past weekend and a third bears watching for development.
Jules Casey was free diving along Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay when she spotted a mollusc. Once spotted, the mollusc booked it, opening and shutting its shell on the way.
Powerful Trami remains a super typhoon on Tuesday as it slowly meanders toward the Ryukyu Islands of Japan.
While mountain climbing in Kerry, Ireland, James had a view above the clouds from Knockowen Mountain. James is an avid mounting climber who is attempting to climb all 237 mountains in Ireland.He has climbed 200 so far and hopes to finish in early October.
While the weather has largely been sunny, warm and humid across flood-ravaged portions of North and South Carolina, an incoming round of tropical downpours could exacerbate flooding and delay cleanup efforts.
Another train derailment occurred in the small northwest Iowa town Alton, Sunday morning. The massive crash followed days of heavy rain in the area, which had elevated the river below the railroad bridge to a record high earlier in the week.
The same storm system that produced deadly flooding in Texas late last week will channel rounds of heavy downpours into the lower Mississippi Valley throughout much of this week.
These aerials show the extent of the flooding from the Waccamaw River to surrounding communities in North Carolina and South Carolina. The river has already crested at record levels and it's expected to rise to as high as 22 feet on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Flooding can be one of the most difficult natural disasters to recover from because the risks don’t dissipate when conditions dry up and cleanup begins.
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Hurricane Maria magnified a gap in the government's emergency and natural disaster preparedness for children shelters in Puerto Rico.