Although summer officially begins at 6:07 a.m. EDT Thursday, it will not feel like summer across a large part of the… More
A recent discovery of a rare, but often deadly, brain-eating amoeba has Louisiana’s Terrebonne Parish on alert.
Residents and volunteers began shoveling, hauling and sorting through debris on Michigan's Upper Peninsula after Sunday's flash flood event. Many roadways are still washed out, but some have been quickly reopened after being patched up. Several historic homes nearby in Ripley, Michigan, suffered significant damage from the torrent of water.
Although summer officially begins at 6:07 a.m. EDT Thursday, it will not feel like summer across a large part of the United States.
When Jerry Gordon glanced out of his window in Jenks, Oklahoma, he didn’t expect to see his dog Baxter splashing in his inflatable pool. Once he realized he was busted, the giant schnauzer carefully slid out of the pool and hides behind a bush.
Temperatures and humidity levels will be slashed this week in the Northeast before an uptick in moisture breeds showers and thunderstorms by the weekend.
Soccer fans in Mexico City were so excited about Mexico's World Cup win on June 17 that earthquake monitors in the city detected an earthquake tremor.
Storms can pack a punch during late June, and the weather pattern over a large part of the central United States will be capable of producing locally severe weather and isolated flooding into this weekend.
A dozen dogs have made their way to Pittsburgh from Puerto Rico nine months after hurricane Maria to reunite with their owners.
Those attending the first weekend of the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan, will need to prepare for warm days, cool nights and increasingly damp weather.
Lava continues to gush from Fissure 8 in Hawaii's Puna district on June 16. It's creating a fast-moving river that's racing downhill into the Pacific Ocean. The lava flow has reportedly covered 9 square miles.
Five people have been struck and killed by lightning so far this year in the United States, with all five of the deaths occurring in the South.
A 6.1-mag earthquake hit Japan's Osaka and surrounding regions early Monday, June 18, killing 3 and leaving more than 200 injured. This earthquake was followed by several other tremors on the same day in Osaka, ranging in magnitude between 2-3.5. About 110,000 homes were cut off from gas pipelines and northern Osaka was hit by water outages. The quake collapsed building walls, roads, and set off building fires.
Top surf destinations, such as Hawaii and Australia, are famous for their world-class waves and their consistency year-round. There a number of factors that contribute to great surfing conditions.
While tracking storms through Colorado on June 20, AccuWeather storm chaser, Reed Timmer, caught this tornado touching down in Keenesburg, Colorado.
Thunderstorms are expected to drench parts of the southeastern United States on Friday, amid an ongoing June swelter.
Wildlife and marine life forced to fend for themselves as tropical storms and hurricanes wreak havoc on their natural habitats.