There is a distinct difference between a watch and a warning, and knowing the difference can save your life.
Even if you live within a safe distance from the explosive dangers of a volcano, there is still a significant hazard volcanoes can pose to your health.
Before you hit the trails, before you even pack your backpack, make sure you know the eight risks that face spring hikers and how to mitigate them.
The common thought is that a harsh winter will mean that ticks won't be as bad as they could be in the summer. However, experts say this isn't entirely true.
Hail can cause thousands of dollars of damage to cars left out in the elements during severe storms.
Being struck by lightning can have a profound effect on the body but in other ways than you might think.
Common spring pests might start pestering you soon, according to bug experts.
As temperatures rise in spring following a cold and snowy winter, potholes can become a costly and unwanted roadway headache for motorists.
Although the odds of being hit by lightning in a person’s lifetime are 1 in 13,500, men are much more likely to be struck and killed than women, according to data from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Leisure activities account for two-thirds of all lightning-related fatalities recorded in the United States each year.
For spectators enjoying the Winter Olympic Games for prolonged periods, cold weather and the loud roaring of cheers could potentially cause ear problems.
When lightning strikes, finding the right shelter may not always be easy. Here are the best tips on what to do if stuck outdoors during a thunderstorm.
Windshield wipers are an integral part of your vehicle during inclement weather. Proper maintenance is necessary to make sure they work properly.
Frostnip can be an early sign that a more serious condition is developing.
Knowing the warning signs and practicing tsunami preparedness before the waves rise offers a greater chance for survival and continued safety in the aftermath of a sudden event.
During winter, everyday actions like handling a door knob or flipping on a light switch are more likely to result in a jolt of static electricity shock.
Choosing the correct tires in general is important, but deciding whether or not to have winter tires can be a tough decision.