With the exception of a day here and there, the overall weather pattern will remain chilly in the northeastern United… More
Hurricane Willa remains a dangerous major hurricane on Tuesday and will make landfall along the Mexico coastline by… More
Despite already having received drought-busting rainfall in excess earlier this month, a large swath of the southern United States is poised to receive another round of potentially dangerous wet weather.
A study from Envista Forensics shows that in the event of a disaster, these three cities might have the hardest time evacuating its residents.
Hurricane Willa remains a dangerous major hurricane on Tuesday and will make landfall along the Mexico coastline by Tuesday night.
Hurricane Michael is estimated to have caused billions in damage to aquacultue and agriculture industries across the Southeast.
With the exception of a day here and there, the overall weather pattern will remain chilly in the northeastern United States with opportunities for snow through the end of October.
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The northeastern United States endured gusty winds, plummeting temperatures and snow this weekend.
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Following generally dry and seasonable weather early this week, heavy rain and tropical downpours are expected to return to areas devastated by powerful Hurricane Michael late this week.
A military video shows U.S. Marines troops training under wintery conditions in Norway under a spectacular light show otherwise known as the 'aurora borealis.'
Cold air will settle over the Northeast this week, bringing a chilly start to the 2018 World Series.
Typhoon Yutu will bring risks ranging from flooding and damaging winds to dangerous seas to Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Three major earthquakes, ranging between 6.5 and 6.8 in magnitude, occurred in less than 60 minutes off the coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia.