This weekend’s rainstorm was only the start of an abnormally wet pattern that will elevate the flood risk in the… More
This weekend’s rainstorm was only the start of an abnormally wet pattern that will elevate the flood risk in the eastern United States into the end of the month.
Marshalltown and Bondurant were among the hardest hit areas, where locals have begun the clean-up and recovery process. The Bondurant High School football team was thanked by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds after volunteering to help clear debris.
More than 2,900 emergency personnel are still working to contain the massive wildfire near California’s Yosemite National Park that took a deadly turn last weekend.
A total of 17 people are dead after a boat capsized, near Branson, Missouri, on Thursday.
Wet weather is expected to be around Loudon, New Hampshire, on Sunday, which has prompted NASCAR to move up the start time of the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301.
A tornado forms while being filmed at close-range. Several other tornadoes were reported in that area on July 20.
The intense record heat baking the south-central United States is expected to get trimmed back early this week, but a sweep of refreshing air is not on the horizon.
Residents of Savannah, Georgia on July 20 were seen struggling to drive through severely flooded roads after heavy rainfall. Several stalled cars were reported.
This fisherman off the Everglades in Florida was out fishing when he caught a small shark on his fishing line. Right when it looked like he was going to make the catch, a large Grouper fish stole it from the line.
Heavy spring rainfall in parts of the mid-Atlantic have triggered higher-than-average mosquito rates this season. It is estimated that mosquitoes are two to three times their normal rates.
A deadly heat wave is expected to continue into early week across Japan as Ampil bypasses the region to the south.
One of the most deadly part of any storm are damaging winds. The damage inflicted depends on the type of winds involved. AccuWeather meteorologist Mark Mancuso goes over two types: tornadic and straight-line winds.
Many swimmers don't think about the effects of pee and trust the power of the chemicals in the water. However, the chemical byproducts that result from urine and chlorine aren’t as harmless as some swimmers may think.